On 04/09/10 17:16, Merlin Moncure wrote:
> Curious: is mulitset handling as you see it supported by the current
> v3 protocol?
The manual says:
> The response to a SELECT query (or other queries that return row sets, such as EXPLAIN or SHOW) normally consists of RowDescription, zero or more DataRow messages, and then CommandComplete. COPY to or from the frontend invokes special protocol as described in Section 46.2.5. All other query types normally produce only a CommandComplete message.
> Since a query string could contain several queries (separated by semicolons), there might be several such response sequences before the backend finishes processing the query string. ReadyForQuery is issued when the entire string has been processed and the backend is ready to accept a new query string.
If a multiple return sets from a procedure are returned just like
multiple return sets from multiple queries, that's already covered by
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