2013/10/25 Hugo Mercier <hugo.merc...@oslandia.com>

> Le 25/10/2013 14:29, Pavel Stehule a écrit :
> > Hello
> >
> >
> > 2013/10/25 Hugo Mercier <hugo.merc...@oslandia.com
> > <mailto:hugo.merc...@oslandia.com>>.
> >
> >     I am quite new to postgresql hacking, so I'm sure there is room for
> >     improvements. But, what about this first proposal ?
> >
> >
> > I am not sure, if this solution is enough - what will be done if I store
> > some values in PL/pgSQL variables?
> >
>
> You mean if you store the result of a (nested) function evaluation in a
> PL/pgSQL variable ?
> Then no nesting will be detected by the parser and in this case the user
> function must ensure its result is serialized, since it could be stored
> (in a variable or a table) at any time.
>

ok

I remember, so I though about similar optimization when I worked on SQL/XML
implementation - so same optimization can be used there.

Regards

Pavel



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