On Fri, Sep 24, 2004 at 02:33:59PM +0200, gauthier lawny wrote:
> I got 2 tables like
> create table mytable(idnop serial, other varchar,
> primary key (idnop));
> create table reftable(idnop integer references
> mytable, primary key (idnop));
> pgsql create implicitly a sequence to handle the idnop serial.
> I perfomed some insertions into the 2 tables, no problem.
> Afterthat I run pg_dump with -D option (insert into
> (colomn, ...) values (...);
> The trouble is when it dumps the sequence. Instead of
> dumping the current value (which is the last used for
> an insertion into mytable) it dumps the value 1.
What version of PostgreSQL are you using? I tested this with 7.4.5
and 8.0.0beta2 and in both cases pg_dump used pg_catalog.setval()
to set the value of the sequence to the correct value.
> Obviously when I restore the data and I try to perform
> an other insertion into mytable it fails because of
> the primary key violation.
Can you provide complete example that shows how we can duplicate
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