Tom, it seems to me that the planner's behavior in converting dates to
timestamps in order to compare a date constant is a bug. I think I will
submit it as such. If you enter a valid date into a field, you should
be able to filter it even if that date exceeds the timestamp's range.
Thanks again for your help.
David J. Rericha
On 12/28/2010 09:06 PM, Tom Lane wrote:
> David Rericha <d(dot)rericha(at)healthcareoss(dot)com> writes:
>> Thanks, Tom. That was it. After I ran analyze on the table, the error
> Yeah, I just duplicated the failure here. It only happens if the
> comparison value falls into the histogram bucket adjoining the
> out-of-range value, which is why you didn't see it happen for some
> values of the comparison constant. Doesn't look too hard to fix.
> regards, tom lane
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