Bruce Momjian writes:

> So, that is why MOVE 0 goes to the end of the cursor.  One idea would be
> for MOVE 0 to actually move nothing, but jdbc and others need the
> ability to move the end of the cursor, perhaps to then back up a certain
> amount and read from there.  Seems MOVE 0 is the logical way to do that.
> (I can't think of another reasonable value).

It would seem more logical and reasonable for MOVE 0 to do nothing and
have some special syntax such as MOVE LAST to move to the end.  (MOVE LAST
would actually be consistent with the standard syntax FETCH LAST.)

Peter Eisentraut   [EMAIL PROTECTED]

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