On 7/13/16 4:22 AM, Amit Langote wrote:
Consider a scenario where one adds a *valid* constraint on a inheritance
parent which is then merged with a child table's *not valid* constraint
during inheritance recursion.  If merged, the constraint is not checked
for the child data even though it may have some.  Is that an oversight?


Seen as how you used to be able to illegally twerk NOT NULL status on children (and maybe still can), I'd bet this is a bug...
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