Ronan Dunklau wrote:
> Since my last proposal didn't get any strong rebuttal, please find attached a
> more complete version of the IMPORT FOREIGN SCHEMA statement.
> I tried to follow the SQL-MED specification as closely as possible.
> This adds discoverability to foreign servers. The structure of the statement
> as I understand it is simple enough:
> IMPORT FOREIGN SCHEMA remote_schema FROM SERVER some_server [ (LIMIT TO |
> EXCEPT) table_list ] INTO local_schema.
> The import_foreign_schema patch adds the infrastructure, and a new FDW
> typedef List *(*ImportForeignSchema_function) (ForeignServer *server,
> ImportForeignSchemaStmt * parsetree);
> This routine must return a list of CreateForeignTableStmt mirroring whatever
> tables were found on the remote side, which will then be executed.
In addition to data type mapping questions (which David already raised)
I have one problem when I think of the Oracle FDW:
Oracle follows the SQL standard in folding table names to upper case.
So this would normally result in a lot of PostgreSQL foreign tables
with upper case names, which would be odd and unpleasant.
I cannot see a way out of that, but I thought I should mention it.
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