Tom Lane writes:
> It seems that in pre-7.0 Postgres, this works:
> create table one(id int default 1, descr text);
> create table two(id int default 2, tag text) inherits (one);
> with the net effect that table "two" has just one "id" column with
> default value 2.
Although the liberty to do anything you want seems appealing at first, I
would think that allowing this is not correct from an OO point of view.
But given that our inheritance system actually has conceivably little
resemblance to real OO, I don't really care.
Peter Eisentraut peter_e(at)gmx(dot)net http://yi.org/peter-e/
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