"R.Welz" <linuxprodukte(at)gmx(dot)de> writes:
> CREATE OR REPLACE FUNCTION deny_namen_telefonverweise(record) RETURNS
> void AS '
> LANGUAGE 'plpgsql';
You can't do that. CVS tip tells you so immediately:
ERROR: plpgsql functions cannot take type record
but I think 7.4 wouldn't notice until you try to execute the function.
You could declare the function as taking the specific rowtype of the
CREATE OR REPLACE FUNCTION deny_namen_telefonverweise(Namen_Telefonverweise) RETURNS
Notice that the error message you're getting is specifically complaining
about the lack of such a function.
regards, tom lane
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