Le lundi 7 juillet 2014 07:58:33 Robert Haas a écrit :
> On Mon, May 26, 2014 at 12:17 PM, Tom Lane <t...@sss.pgh.pa.us> wrote:
> > Albe Laurenz <laurenz.a...@wien.gv.at> writes:
> >> 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.
> > 
> > It seems like it would often be desirable for the Oracle FDW to smash
> > all-upper-case names to all-lower-case while importing, so that no quoting
> > is needed on either side.  I doubt though that this is so desirable that
> > it should happen unconditionally.
> > 
> > Between this and the type-mapping questions, it seems likely that
> > we're going to need a way for IMPORT FOREIGN SCHEMA to accept
> > user-supplied control options, which would in general be specific
> > to the FDW being used.  (Another thing the SQL committee failed to
> > think about.)
> Is this part of the SQL standard?  What is it defined to do about
> non-table objects?

The OPTIONS clause is not part of the SQL Standard.

Regarding non-table objects, the standard only talks about tables, and nothing 

Ronan Dunklau
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