2010/3/10 KaiGai Kohei <kaigai(at)ak(dot)jp(dot)nec(dot)com>:
> Indeed, it is useful to allow renaming attribute of composite types.
> However, it is also useless to allow to rename attribute of sequences,
> but harmless, like renames on indexes. It seems to me it is fair enough
> to allow renaming attributes of tables, views and composite types...
I don't agree. I think users should be allowed to rename things they
had a hand in naming in the first place (and index columns fall into
that category, since the names are derived from table column names).
But changing system-assigned column names for sequences or toast
tables is just weird.
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