Oops. Just noticed that I accidentally posted to the wrong group. I meant to put this in Novice!
But thanks anyway!
On Jan 31, 2011, at 7:42 AM, Kevin Grittner wrote:
> Leon Starr <leon_starr(at)modelint(dot)com> wrote:
>> The problem is that the values x, y and z are inserted into a
>> permanent table Q early in the processing of my_func. Then,
>> several calls down in deep_func(), still inside my_func, I need to
>> access the value of x. I tried to do a select on Q to get the
>> value, but I came up NULL! Guessing that is because the
>> transaction hasn't committed yet since I am still inside my_func.
> I don't think so. Any database changes made by a transaction should
> be visible to that transaction. When you say "several calls down in
> deep_func()", you don't mean that you are in a BEFORE trigger
> function, or a function called from a BEFORE trigger, do you?
> Perhaps you could boil the issue down to a small self-contained
> example of the issue?
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