> Here's a patch that silently truncates the generated rule name.
What are the consequences of changing the NAMEDATALEN and recompiling?
Doesn't that seem like a better solution then to truncate the view name?
All names are truncated. The bug arises from the fact that view names
were being incorrectly truncated by not taking into account the extra
characters added to enforce the automatic "on select" rule. The point
is to make the truncation rules internally consistent.
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