Tom Lane wrote:
> "Tim Dunnington" <timbert(at)timshouse(dot)com> writes:
> > If you create a function with a table as the argument, and later alter that
> > table and add a new column, the function fails saying "incorrect number of
> > attributes for table _tablename_" Dropping and readding the function does
> > not fix this problem.
> I think this is not so much a plpgsql bug as a side effect of the rather
> shoddy implementation of ALTER TABLE ADD COLUMN.
Seems a plpgsql's simple bug.
> It doesn't go through
> and alter any actual tuples in the table, it just adds the column to the
It seems a nice implementation.
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