Event trigger functions can be written in PL/Tcl. PostgreSQL requires that a function that is to be called as an event trigger must be declared as a function with no arguments and a return type of
The information from the trigger manager is passed to the function body in the following variables:
The name of the event the trigger is fired for.
The command tag for which the trigger is fired.
The return value of the trigger function is ignored.
Here's a little example event trigger function that simply raises a
NOTICE message each time a supported command is executed:
CREATE OR REPLACE FUNCTION tclsnitch() RETURNS event_trigger AS $$ elog NOTICE "tclsnitch: $TG_event $TG_tag" $$ LANGUAGE pltcl; CREATE EVENT TRIGGER tcl_a_snitch ON ddl_command_start EXECUTE FUNCTION tclsnitch();
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