On Mon, Aug 6, 2012 at 1:14 PM, haifeng liu <haifeng(dot)813(at)gmail(dot)com> wrote:
> I am doing table partitioning, all is ok except that after executing 'insert' sql statement I can't get affected rows, it always be 0. After searching on the documents, I found that row changes inside trigger function is not visible to the top level statement.
> Partition table using a trigger function to redirect insertion to the correct partition is the recommend way, and test affected rows is also used frequently. pgAdmin do test the affected rows too, thus when I type a new row and click save button, it seems failed but actually succeed.
> How can I make the row changes inside the trigger function visible to the top level statement?
It is usually not necessary to check it separately because if there
were no errors than the row has been inserted successfully assuming
your redirecting function is okay. However the only way to get the
inserted row back is to do it from a subsequent statement in the
In your application you can use LISTEN/NOTIFY if you need to get some
specific information from trigger BTW. May be it will help somehow.
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