On Mon, Feb 22, 2010 at 2:29 PM, Alvaro Herrera
> Merlin Moncure escribió:
>> Like I noted above, what people want to schedule is going to be stored
>> procedures. Having both would virtually eliminate the need for
>> scripting outside the database, which is a pretty big deal since
>> external scripts are a real pain to keep cross platform. Since
>> there's probably a lot of overlapping problems in those two features,
>> why not tackle both at once?
> Divide and conquer?
When I meant 'tackle', it is more of a 'come to an understanding'
thing. Normally I would agree with you anyways, but I think what most
people would want to schedule would be stored procedures (sorry to
continually repeat myself here, but I really think this should be
critical to any scheduling proposal), not functions or ad hoc scripts.
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