> 1> the seq is definately there
> 2> syntax is a question??
> so I also tried removing the " " around both instances of the
> and received the same error. Also tried removing all quotes but then
> parse error occurs.
Real simple ... within a function, you need to use a
double-single-quote, '' , rather than a double-quote ".
PostgreSQL only uses double-quotes for "quoted identifiers", that is
database object names which are not allowed, such as "Table One" and
"1st_try". All other quoting purposes are fulfilled by single quotes
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