exactly what I think should be done first.
Build a clear interface between the parsing and I think the execution step
of the postgres backend to hook in own stuff to interface to an
arbritrary other database or even other implemention of the real
hard word of storing and getting the data.
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On Thu, 9 Jul 1998, Thomas G. Lockhart wrote:
> I don't have a particular interest in the Oracle gw, but am interested
> in getting simultaneous multiple db access within Postgres. I had been
> thinking of trying to implement this as a Postgres "master database"
> with hooks deeper in the backend to call out to a remote database as a
> separate session. Sort of like Ingres implemented their distributed
> databases. Haven't done anything with it though...
> - Tom
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