On 2011-02-26 4:41 AM +0200, Tom Lane wrote:
Marko Tiikkaja<marko.tiikk...@cs.helsinki.fi> writes:
One thing bothers me though: what was the reason for requiring a
RETURNING clause for data-modifying statements in WITH?
That test was in your patch, no? I moved the code to another place
but it's still enforcing the same thing, namely that you can't reference
the output of an INSERT/UPDATE/DELETE that hasn't got RETURNING.
Oh, right. I misunderstood.
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