On 27 May 2010, at 12:36, Davor J. wrote:
> I just wonder whether the two are equivalent from user perspective: As far
> as I see, you can always rewrite a multi-command rule as a conditional rule
> and vice versa. Further more, Postgres seems to execute all the conditional
> rules, just as if it would execute all the commands in the one unconditional
> rule. So, I just wonder if there is any use in using conditionals in rules
> over one multi-command rule?
I think if you want any meaningful answers you should start by explaining what exactly you mean by <subject>. An example would help.
Screwing up is an excellent way to attach something to the ceiling.
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