Wrong ! The workaround works in 7.3 but is not backward compatible
with prior 7.x.y version.
I began reverting to 7.2.3 :( Anyway, I will survive ;)
On Thu, Dec 26, 2002 at 09:02:08AM +0100, JMM Moi-Meme Maitre du Monde wrote:
> Yes, it works. Thanks.
> I will just have to alter some 50 scripts, but that's better than
> having to revert my DBs (~18 GB) to 7.2.3 while waiting for 7.4.
> On Wed, Dec 25, 2002 at 10:58:41PM -0500, Bruce Momjian wrote:
> > This is a known problem with 7.3.X. It doesn't create an oid column as
> > part of SELECT INTO ....
> > We have a TODO item:
> > * Fix SELECT ... INTO and CREATE TABLE AS to have appopriate OID column
> > so this will be fixed, hopefully in 7.4. We couldn't fix it in 7.3.X
> > without causing more serious problems. If you specify the oid column as
> > part of the SELECT INTO, it will take the oid from the original table
> > and put it in your new table. Does that help you?
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