Seems multi-table indexes are the only solution for various inheritance
problems, and I seem to remember even a non-inheritance case that could
use it, but I can't remember what it was.


Benjamin Minshall wrote:
> Greetings Hackers-
> I have an interest in developing better OO support in PostgreSQL, and have
> done some preliminary research in the archives and TODO list.  It appears
> that this topic hasn't gotten much traffic in a while, so I thought I'd test
> the waters.  What do the gurus here think of implementing multi-table
> indexes as a vehicle toward better inheritance of keys?  Perhaps someone
> here who is more familiar with the code tree can comment on the magnitude of
> this addition.
> Thanks,
> -Ben Minshall
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