On Mon, 23 Mar 1998, Bruce Momjian wrote:
> > >Hmmm. It does raise the question: where should they go? I'm guessing
> > >that they are holdovers from the PostQuel language, but don't know for
> > >sure. We should either document them or remove them from the parser.
> > >How about writing a doc page for them, but basically _only_ show syntax
> > >and then say that they are equivalent to, for example, ROLLBACK, and
> > >refer to that doc for more info?
> I have changed all the references to the 'end' manual page to 'commit',
> but left the 'end' manual page.
...and what about the non-standard ABORT statement this is also an alias
to ROLLBACK. Do we need it ?
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