Well I was really hoping pg_constraint would solve all my problems, but
since contrib/array is not installed by default the conkeys and confkeys
columns aren't terribly useful because they can't be joined to

Also there is not a column to tell you the unique constraint that
supports a given foreign key constraint.

See my post to bugs:


Kris Jurka

On Thu, 19 Sep 2002, Bruce Momjian wrote:

> Congratulations.  That is the largest plan I have ever seen.  ;-)
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Kris Jurka wrote:
> > While adding schema support to the JDBC Driver, I came across a query
> > which occasionally generates some spectacularly bad plans.  I have
> > attached the query and explain analyze outputs against today's cvs head
> > for queries that take between 9 and 845941 msec.  In the JDBC Driver I
> > will specify a reasonable join order using explicit JOINs, but I thought
> > someone might be interested in a test case for the optimizer.
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