Tom Lane wrote:
> Chris Dunlop <chris(at)onthe(dot)net(dot)au> writes:
> > One way or the other, I think either allowing the inherited
> > constraints to be dropped, or the inability of pg_dump to
> > correctly dump the resulting schema, should be considered a bug
> > rather than a lacking feature, as the current situation results
> > in problematical restores. Is there a "known bugs" list?
> I agree that allowing inherited constraints to be dropped is a bug.
> We don't really have a "known bugs" list other than the TODO list,
> which presently includes
> o %Disallow dropping of an inherited constraint
> o %Prevent child tables from altering or dropping constraints
> like CHECK that were inherited from the parent table
> (Which looks a bit redundant to me, but that's what Bruce has listed.)
Thanks, first one removed.
Bruce Momjian http://candle.pha.pa.us
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