On Wed, Aug 1, 2012 at 8:59 AM, Jonatan Reiners <jreiners(at)encc(dot)de> wrote:
> Hi support community,
> I have a tedious task with changing the data type of a single row from a
> postgresql 9.1.4 database.
> alter table bst alter summe set data type numeric(30,2) using
> rule _RETURN on view bills_short depends on column "summe"
> unfortunately more that 10 views depend on that table and i have 4 more
> tables to change.
> Is there a convenient way to handle an issue like that?
> Am I the only one with a problem like that? Its insane to recreate up to 40
> views in order to change 4 columns.
Unfortunately that is the case. Typically it's a good idea if you use
a lot of views to organize the creation of them into scripts so you
can just re-apply them.
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