Tom Lane wrote:
> Bruce Momjian <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > I am confused how yours differs from mine.  I don't see how the last
> > matching tagged query would not be from an INSTEAD rule.
> You could have both INSTEAD and non-INSTEAD rules firing for the same
> original query.  If the alphabetically-last rule is a non-INSTEAD rule,
> then there's a difference.

How do we get multiple rules on a query?  I thought it was mostly
INSERT/UPDATE/DELETE, and those all operate on a single table.

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