This probably isn't a problem with DBD::Pg per se, but it's something that
doesn't appear to be working properly with that, so ...
When you create a table with a primary key, you get the dreaded warning:
NOTICE: CREATE TABLE/PRIMARY KEY will create implicit index
'tablename_pkey' for table 'tablename'
Is there ANY way to shut this warning off? I'm working on a large-scale
dynamic database system that periodically creates its own tables, and these
notices are filling up my log files with garbage. Passing 'PrintError' => 0
to the DBI->connect() method shuts off every other warning, but apparently
this one is being printed directly to STDERR, probably from inside a
library, but I can't be sure.
Thanks in advance for any assistance.
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