Lee Kindness <lkindness(at)csl(dot)co(dot)uk> writes:
> CREATE OR REPLACE FUNCTION column_exists(NAME, NAME) RETURNS BOOLEAN AS '
> CREATE OR REPLACE FUNCTION table_exists(NAME) RETURNS BOOLEAN AS '
> Obviously these need attention when our application targets 7.3 (and
> thanks for the heads-up), but all changes are localised.
They are? What will your policy be about schema names --- won't you
have to touch every caller to add a schema name parameter?
I'm not averse to trying to push logic over to the backend, but I think
the space of application requirements is wide enough that designing
general-purpose functions will be quite difficult.
regards, tom lane
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