On Feb 24, 2011, at 10:43 AM, Robert Haas wrote:

>> The best idea I have at the moment is to spell out "data modifying
>> command" (or "statement") rather than relying on the acronym.
>> In the code, we could change hasDmlWith to hasModifyingWith, for
>> example.  The error messages could read like
>>        data-modifying statement in WITH is not allowed in a view
>> Comments?
> Great idea.  I had the same complaint when I looked at this patch a
> year ago, but didn't come up with nearly as good an idea as to what to
> do about it.

I like "statement" better than "command," too, but love the acronym DMC. As in, 
"you want to Run [a] DMC." ;-P


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