On Mon, 8 Oct 2001, Jean-Michel POURE wrote:
> Dear all,
> 2) PL/pgSQL default support
> It is sometimes tricky for Windows users to install a language remotely on
> a Linux box (no access to createlang and/or no knowledge of handlers). So
> why not enable PL/pgSQL by default?
Could it not just be a feature of pgadmin to allow users to enable
plpgsql? Enabling the language is, after all, just SQL.
As for having it by default, this takes some level of control out of the
hands of the administrator. What if you do not want to allow your users to
create plpgsql functions?
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