Craig Ringer <craig.rin...@2ndquadrant.com> writes:
> One suggestion: it's currently non-obvious that ProcessUtility_hook
> gets called with the full text of all parts of a multi-statement.
OK, we can improve that ...
> The same query string may be passed to multiple invocations of
> if a utility statement in turn invokes other utility statements, or if the
> user supplied a query string containing multiple semicolon-separated
> statements in a single protocol message. It is also possible for the query
> text to contain other non-utility-statement text like comments, empty
> statements, and plannable statements. Callers that use the queryString
> should use pstmt->stmt_location and pstmt->stmt_len to extract the text for
> the statement of interest and should guard against re-entrant invocation.
Not sure about the reference to re-entrancy. It's not especially relevant
to query texts AFAICS, and wouldn't a utility statement know darn well if
it was doing something that could end up invoking another instance of
regards, tom lane
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