> this should throw a FEATURE_NOT_SUPPORTED error if it is used for window functions that don't support it > arbitrary aggregate functions over a window ... should also throw a FEATURE_NOT_SUPPORTED error.
Fixed (with test cases) in the attached patch. > because the same window may be shared by multiple window function calls. Ah, your example gives the stack trace below. As the respect / ignore nulls frame option is part of the window definition your example should cause two windows to be created (both based on w, but one with the respect-nulls flag set), but instead it fails an assert as one window definition can't have two sets of frame options. It might take me a day or two to solve this - let me know if this approach (making the parser create two window objects) seems wrong. #2 0x0000000100cdb68b in ExceptionalCondition (conditionName=Could not find the frame base for "ExceptionalCondition". ) at /Users/xxx/postgresql/src/backend/utils/error/assert.c:54 #3 0x00000001009a3c03 in transformWindowFuncCall (pstate=0x7f88228362c8, wfunc=0x7f8822948ec0, windef=0x7f88228353a8) at /Users/xxx/postgresql/src/backend/parser/parse_agg.c:573 Thanks - Nick
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