Ingo van Lil <inguin(at)gmx(dot)de> writes:
> We've got a table that inherits another one, and we had to add a new
> column to the mother table (and thus to the son, too). Now, if we dump
> the database, the columns of the INSERT resp. COPY commands for the data
> of the son table are in wrong order.
Right at the moment you have to use pg_dump's -D option to deal with
this situation. See discussion earlier today...
regards, tom lane
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