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DROP LANGUAGE -- Removes a user-defined
DROP [ PROCEDURAL ] LANGUAGE 'name'
The name of an existing procedural language.
This message is returned if the language is
- ERROR: Language "name" doesn't exist
This message occurs if a language called name is not found in the
DROP PROCEDURAL LANGUAGE will remove
the definition of the previously registered procedural language
The DROP PROCEDURAL LANGUAGE
statement is a Postgres
Refer to CREATE
LANGUAGE for information on how to create procedural
No checks are made if functions or trigger procedures
registered in this language still exist. To re-enable them
without having to drop and recreate all the functions, the
pg_proc's prolang attribute of the functions must be adjusted
to the new object ID of the recreated pg_language entry for the
This command removes the PL/Sample language:
DROP PROCEDURAL LANGUAGE 'plsample';
There is no DROP PROCEDURAL LANGUAGE