On 11/19/2013 01:43 PM, David Johnston wrote:
Andrew Dunstan wrote
Given that, I'm not sure we shouldn't permit them in b) either. I think
I lost that argument back in the 9.2 dev cycle. I really don't want to
get to a situation where foo::json::jsonb can produce an error.
So what do you propose happens when the input json has duplicate keys?



I propose that we do what V8 does, what hstore does (yes, I know it's not json, but consistency is good), what we do now with the json_get() functions, what almost every other JSON engine I know of does, namely that the last key wins.

cheers

andrew



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