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Subquery limits

From: Bruce Momjian <maillist(at)candle(dot)pha(dot)pa(dot)us>
To: hackers(at)postgreSQL(dot)org (PostgreSQL-development)
Subject: Subquery limits
Date: 1998-03-27 21:16:03
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Found this on the MySQL crashme page,

                                                Join methods
                                     MySQL         EMPRESS       mSQL      Oracle   PostgreSQL    SOLID
 cross join (same as from
 a,b)                         [yes]              [no]        [no]        [no]       [no]      [yes]
 full outer join              [no]               [no]        [no]        [no]       [no]      [yes]
 tables in join               32                 63          +64         +64        30        23
 left outer join              [yes]              [no]        [no]        [no]       [no]      [yes]
 left outer join using        [yes]              [no]        [no]        [no]       [no]      [no]
 natural join                 [no]               [no]        [no]        [no]       [no]      [no]
 natural left outer join      [yes]              [no]        [no]        [no]       [no]      [no]
 left outer join odbc style   [yes]              [no]        [no]        [no]       [no]      [yes]
 recursive subqueries                            49                      +64        226       14

 right outer join             [no]               [no]        [no]        [no]       [no]      [yes]
 ANSI SQL simple joins        [yes]              [yes]       [yes]                  [yes]     [yes]
 subqueries                   [no]               [yes]       [no]        [yes]      [yes]     [yes]

So he did updated it to be accurate.  Interesting we support 226 levels
of recursive subqueries.  That sounds like a lot.

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