Alvaro Herrera wrote:
Also they don't test things they don't support.  Is there a test for
subselects?  What about concurrency?  Transactional issues?  What about
performance when they have their "transaction support" enabled?


Sure don't they. Like their NUMERIC data type, that can *store* any precision, but when you actually calculate with it, it converts to floating point internally ... that's not only a spec violation, in many countries that's a violation of law if used by a bookkeeping system.



Jan


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