On Fri, May 9, 2008 at 9:36 AM, Andreas Neumann <a(dot)neumann(at)carto(dot)net> wrote:
> Hi Dave,
> You are right about the complexity of rules and triggers. But isn't that
> the same with tables as well?
That's true, but is quite rare. With views the problem is almost
always lurking just around the corner.
> I don't have a clean and easy solution as well. But one might think about a
> GUI where one lets the user editing the table or view decide whether he
> wants to reload the current record or the whole table/view after each edit.
> Per default it wouldn't update, but if the user enables updating of the just
> edited record or reloading the whole table/view it would.
Technically thats possible of course, but I can see it leading to
false bug reports because people forget, or don't realise such options
> Regarding the views: one could test if the view has at least the insert,
> update and delete rules present before enabling the editing of the views.
That goes without saying.
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