On 2020-03-24 21:58, Bruce Momjian wrote:
That is a good point. I used CREATE VIEW as an example because that is
what the user reported, but it seems only create_view and reindexed use
a schema name qualification:
$ grep -l '<replaceable>schema</replaceable>' *.sgml
The reindexdb use is because of -S (reindex schema), which makes sense.
The create view case is used in an example of CREATE RECURSIVE VIEW and
should probably be removed.
The CREATE RECURSIVE VIEW example is making a specific point about
schema qualification, which is explained below the example.
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