On Fri, Dec 28, 2012 at 1:06 PM, Charles Gomes <charlesrg(at)outlook(dot)com> wrote:
> I'm creating a simple trigger that will be called during an insert and change the destination table.
> All values are going to be preserved, just the destination table will be different.
> From what I see I can't modify trigdata->tg_relation.
> All examples use: return Datum(trigdata->tg_trigtuple); // however tg_relation does not belong there. I'm trying to avoind having to do a SPI_EXEC;
> Should I create a new heap_tuple and call heap_insert() and then Return Datum(NULL); ? Or is there another more straight forward way of doing it? Looks like if I call heap_insert I will have to update the indexes somehow.
I think you need to use SPI_EXEC. Otherwise something horrible will
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