Thanks Adrian! That is exactly what I was looking for! =o)
On Wed, Aug 31, 2011 at 3:35 PM, Adrian Klaver <adrian(dot)klaver(at)gmail(dot)com> wrote:
> On 08/31/2011 08:38 AM, Juan Manuel Alvarez wrote:
>> Hello everyone! This is the first time I post on this list. Until now,
>> I was able to get a solution to all the problems I had, but now I am
>> facing an issue I can't resolve, so I hope you can help me.
>> The problem goes like this: I am using the same distribution of
>> tables/functions into different schemas, so I have the following
>> - "schema1" has tables "myTable1" and "myTable2", and function
>> - "schema2" has tables "myTable1" and "myTable2", and function
>> Until now I used the full names to distinguish between schemas, like
>> this: schema1.myTable1 and schema2.myTable1.
>> But now I have to add an update trigger in both "myTable1" that calls
>> to a function that makes a select statement on "myTable2".
>> The problem is that even if the trigger is inside "mySchema1", it
>> can't find "myTable2" and I don't know how to get the schema that the
>> function is into.
>> Things I have tried so far:
>> - current_schema() but, according to the documentation, it "returns
>> the name of the schema that is first in the search path" and that is
>> neither "mySchema1" or "mySchema2".
>> - Passing a parameter to the trigger: since it is an update trigger I
>> haven't found a way to pass parameter to it.
>> Can anyone please point me in the right direction?
> Assuming using plpgsql look here:
> In particular:
> Data type name; the name of the schema of the table that caused the
> trigger invocation.
>> Thanks in advance!
>> Juan M.
> Adrian Klaver
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