I have wriiten following simple function in postgresql
CREATE OR REPLACE FUNCTION "MySchema".add_user(p_name character varying, p_email1 character varying, p_email2 character varying)
RETURNS bigint AS
INSERT INTO "MySchema"."User"("Name" ,"EMail1" , "EMail2")
VALUES ($1 , $2, $3) ;
Select CURRVAL('"MySchema".user_seq_userid') into userId;
LANGUAGE plpgsql VOLATILE STRICT
Function works absoolutely fine if I provide values for all three parameters. Record gets inserted too.
But if I pass NULL for say last parameter, using SELECT "MySchema".add_user('A' , 'A', NULL)
function does not do anything and return zero.
No error is shown. But record is not inserted in table.
All columns in table can have NULL value.
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