>>>>> "Chapman" == Chapman Flack <c...@anastigmatix.net> writes:

 Chapman> There's precedent for that kind of thing in PL/Java already
 Chapman> ... objects that Java considers alive as long as some code
 Chapman> holds a reference to them, but proxy for things in PG that may
 Chapman> only have function-call lifetime or cursor-row lifetime, etc.
 Chapman> If they are closed by Java code (or the Java GC finds them
 Chapman> unreachable) first, they have to remember to release their PG
 Chapman> stuff; if the PG stuff goes first, they have to update
 Chapman> themselves to throw a suitable "you've kept me past my sell-by
 Chapman> date" exception if the Java code tries to use them again.

How's the code doing this? I couldn't find it in a cursory scan.

Andrew (irc:RhodiumToad)

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