|From:||Jürgen Purtz <juergen(at)purtz(dot)de>|
|Subject:||Re: [PATCH] add link to domain data types section from locale documentation|
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On 30.03.21 21:46, Anton Voloshin wrote:
> While browsing character set collation documentation 
> I've found myself a bit puzzled by unfamiliar terminology:
> > of course a domain over a collatable data type is collatable
> Of course, it only takes a search or two to find out the exact
> meaning of "domain" in this context, but I think it would be useful
> to make this word a link to the relevant section as a help for less
> experienced users like myself.
> I've attached a patch that does that. Please let me know whether this
> fix is desirable and correct (I'm new to Postgres) and if there is a
> better way of suggesting an improvement for the documentation.
>  https://www.postgresql.org/docs/current/collation.html
It's likely that the term "domain" within an SQL context confuse some
people. An additional remark in the glossary concerning the SQL and IP
meaning may be helpful.
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