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From: "Jose' Soares Da Silva" <sferac(at)proxy(dot)bazzanese(dot)com>
To: "Thomas G(dot) Lockhart" <lockhart(at)alumni(dot)caltech(dot)edu>
Cc: hackers(at)postgreSQL(dot)org, pgsql-docs(at)postgreSQL(dot)org
Subject: PostgreSQL Reference Guide
Date: 1998-03-23 17:33:01
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On Mon, 23 Mar 1998, Thomas G. Lockhart wrote:
>> Seems that rules doesn't work.
>> There is an example how to create a rule to update a view on "man create view"
>>        --Specify deletion semantics for toyemp
>>        create rule example1 as
>>            on delete to toyemp
>>            do instead delete emp
>>            where emp.oid = current.oid
>> Should I document CREATE RULE or ...?

>How about posting a question to the docs list _and_ to the hackers list
>saying you are writing docs on CREATE RULE and asking for a working
>example. There are one or two people who have been working on this
>recently, and they should be able to help.

You are rigth.  Please there's somebody that can HELPPPPPPPPPPP me ???

>> - Do you know what kind of privilege one may have on indexes or sequences ?

>Indices - none, since they are just optimizations for tables.
>Sequences - not sure. Ask on the lists?

>> btw, how is it going?
>> - Very well. We have already the following 12 pages:

>Great! Are you writing with the SGML markup, or are we adding that

For now I'm writing it in text mode, later I, or someone else can convert 
it to SGML. What do you think about ?

>> I have a few questions about some statements:
>> * ABORT is the same as COMMIT.
>> * END   is the same as ROLLBACK.

>No, the opposite:

Yes. I know.

>>   I suppose that ABORT and END are both deprecated feature and I'm thinking
>>     to skip this pages.

>Hmmm. It does raise the question: where should they go? I'm guessing
>that they are holdovers from the PostQuel language, but don't know for
>sure. We should either document them or remove them from the parser.

>How about writing a doc page for them, but basically _only_ show syntax
>and then say that they are equivalent to, for example, ROLLBACK, and
>refer to that doc for more info?

                          - Tom


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