On Sun, 29 Apr 2007, Alexander Staubo wrote:
> The closest counterpart to MS SQL Server's DRI is the "references"
Thank you. I never before was aware of DRI, but Joe Celko mentions it
several times in his book, "SQL Programming Style." I searched with Google
and found a couple of hits that were postgres specific so I went looking in
the docs to learn what it is and where it is. Couldn't find it.
From your response I see that it's probably not of great importance to me
in my current project.
Thanks very much,
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