On Tue, Oct 6, 2015 at 5:53 PM, Tom Lane <t...@sss.pgh.pa.us> wrote:
> Robert Haas <robertmh...@gmail.com> writes:
>> From looking at the code, it appears to me that if the Execute is run
>> to completion, then its results will be seen by future statements, but
>> if the portal is closed earlier, then not. See the end of
>> exec_execute_message. The handler for the Close message (inside
>> PostgresMain) doesn't seem to do anything that would result in a
>> CommandCounterIncrement() or CommitTransactionCommand().
>> This does seem a little strange.
> I dunno, if you close a portal before you've gotten CommandComplete,
> should you expect that all its actions were taken? Arguably, that
> should be more like a ROLLBACK.
I dunno either, but a rollback would undo everything, and a commit
would do everything. Ending up in a state where we've done some of it
but not all of it is strange. Being able to run an unbounded number
of commands without a CommandCounterIncrement is *really* strange.
I'm not very sure what to do about it, though.
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