On 9/10/15 10:56 AM, Andres Freund wrote:
>The only complaint I've seen in this thread that seems like a valid
>deficiency is that RAISE can't deal with treating the error severity level
>as a variable.  But surely we should address that as a new RAISE feature,
>not by inventing a SQL wrapper that will need to reproduce every existing
>RAISE feature before it can think about solving anything new.
That seems like something independently useful.


If we're up for that the other thing I'd add is having raise ignore anything supplied by USING that's NULL, instead of treating it as an error. That would make it very easy to create a wrapper function that exposes the full capabilities of RAISE.
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