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Re: [HACKERS] SQL Triggers

From: darcy(at)druid(dot)net (D'Arcy J(dot)M(dot) Cain)
To: jwieck(at)debis(dot)com
Cc: pgsql-hackers(at)postgreSQL(dot)org
Subject: Re: [HACKERS] SQL Triggers
Date: 1998-09-25 17:01:26
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Thus spake Jan Wieck
> > darcy=> CREATE FUNCTION function_dead(int)
> > darcy->     RETURNS int
> > darcy->     AS 'UPDATE bid SET live = \'f\' WHERE item_id = $1;
> > darcy'>         SELECT 1 AS ignore_this'
> > darcy->     LANGUAGE 'sql';
> > darcy->     ON bid
> > darcy->     FOR EACH ROW
> > darcy->     EXECUTE PROCEDURE function_dead (item_id);
> > ERROR:  CreateTrigger: function function_dead () does not exist
> > darcy=> SELECT function_dead(1);
> > function_dead
> > -------------
> >             1
> > (1 row)
>     The  arguments  aren't right and the return type too. Trigger
>     procedures take no arguments in their definition  and  return
>     OPAQUE type. They really return a tuple of the table they are
>     actually fired for.

Not sure I follow.  The argument is an int (or int4 as it defaults to)
and I tried various combos of int and int4 in the procedure definition

As for the opaque type return, I get an error message when I try to
create an SQL function returning opaque.  The "SELECT 1 AS ignore_this"
is taken straight from the examples.

>     Take a look at PL/pgSQL and it's docs which is already in the
>     CVS and will be shipped with 6.4.

I have the current sources (I sup daily) but I couldn't find any examples
of fcreate trigger.

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