Riccardo G. Facchini wrote:
>>Add a new sequence to your database:
>> CREATE SEQUENCE my_session_id;
>>Then, at the start of every session:
>> SELECT nextval('my_session_id');
>>and whenever you need the value:
>> SELECT currval('my_session_id');
> Good idea, but it won't work for what I need.
> I'll be able to do get the nextval('my_session_id') as soon as the
> session initiates, but my problem is that I need to make all the
> subsecuent actions aware of that particular value. using
> currval('my_session_id') is not good, as any other session is likely to
> also change my_session_id to another value.
No - other sessions will see different values. Test it and see.
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