"Donald Fraser" <postgres(at)kiwi-fraser(dot)net> writes:
> I'm getting errors like the following:
> ERROR: RETURN cannot have a parameter in function returning void at or =
> near "VOID" at character 2983.
> Does this mean I must edit every function that is declared with RETURNS =
> VOID and remove the RETURN VOID; statement from the body?
Yup. That was never correct code, but plpgsql used to completely ignore
anything after RETURN in a function declared to return VOID. Which
surprised enough people that we changed it ...
regards, tom lane
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