On 2014-04-04 14:13:43 -0400, Tom Lane wrote:
> > How about simply refusing to create anything in pg_catalog unless it's
> > explicitly schema qualified? Looks a bit nasty to implement but doable?
> That's what happens already.  The point is to do better.  What we want
> for pg_dump's case is to get a complaint that schema foo doesn't exist,
> *not* an attempt to create in pg_catalog.  That's what you got (though
> at the SET command not the CREATE command) in all versions before 9.2.

I was thinking - but not saying explicitly - of rigging things so that
pg_catalog is ignored when searching for the target schema for object
creation unless explicitly specified. So if there's no other schema in
the search path you'd get the error about no "no schema has been
selected to create in", even if pg_catalog is somewhere in there.


Andres Freund

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