On Thu, Sep 17, 2009 at 8:15 AM, Andre Rothe <phosco(at)gmx(dot)de> wrote:
> I have installed Postgres 8.3.8 on Fedora Linux. If I create a table,
> the default values will be set by the database to
> NULL::timestamp without time zone
> for a timezone column and to
> NULL::character varying
> for a varchar column. How I can prevent such a behaviour? Both column
> defaults should be NULL.
Uh... that's exactly what they were set to. The :: stuff is just a
type-annotation. Your defaults really are NULL.
> I have read some posts about this point, it
> seems to be a problem of a so called "acts_as_tsearch plugin", but I'm
> not familiar enough with Postgres to know, what it means. Any other
> detailled solutions?
I don't think that has anything to do with this.
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