On 15 June 2011 07:56, Jaime Casanova <jaime(at)2ndquadrant(dot)com> wrote:
> Testing the CHECK NOT VALID patch i found $subject... is this intended?
I just noticed that too, and was about to raise it as a bug.
If it is intended, then it's not documented.
I noticed it while browsing gram.y, and thought it looks a bit ugly
having 2 almost identical code blocks, one for the normal case and one
for NOT VALID. The second block doesn't have a
ConstraintAttributeSpec, so won't allow any deferrable options.
Aside from the ugliness of the code, we can't just add a
ConstraintAttributeSpec to the second block, because that would
enforce an order to these options.
OTOH adding NOT VALID to ConstraintAttributeSpec is a bit invasive,
since it's used in quite a few places, including CREATE TABLE, where
NOT VALID is never allowed.
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