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insert in function writen in pgplsql

From: Julius Tuskenis <julius(at)nsoft(dot)lt>
To: pgsql-admin(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: insert in function writen in pgplsql
Date: 2010-03-19 13:45:25
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lets say I have a function add_user(user varchar(20), password 
varchar(20)). In its body I want to have statement INSERT INTO 
my_users(user, password) VALUES (user, password); The problem is I cant 
- then I try to create such function I get "ERROR:  syntax error at or 
near "$1"
LINE 1: INSERT INTO my_users(  $1 .... " This tells me the parameter is 
used instead of column name. That is of course not what I wanted. What 
would you recommend to fix this? Is there any way to tell the postgres 
that user is column name? I tried "user" with same error. Must I change 
the names of parameters?

using PG 8.3

Julius Tuskenis
Programavimo skyriaus vadovas
UAB nSoft
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