hubert depesz lubaczewski schrieb/wrote:
> generally - order by datname is understood as "order by *variable
> datname*". - which is null.
It's clear that it's a shadowing problem. But it's not a "FOR IN EXECUTE"
where a variable makes sense. I mean why is a "ORDER BY variable" valid in
"FOR IN"? In SQL you can't use ORDER BY NULL. If the order by clause is not
correct the whole statement should raise an error.
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