On Sat, Oct 15, 2005 at 08:19:02PM +0800, Leonard Soetedjo wrote:
> I saw this open source database comparison:
> I'm quite new to PostgreSQL features, but shouldn't PostgreSQL already
> have "SQL stored procedure"? Is "SQL stored procedure" something
> different from the usual stored procedure?
I see there are two categories for functions:
1. User defined functions
2. SQL stored procedure
I think 2) refers to procedures running outside transaction,
that are indeed missing in PostgreSQL.
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