On Thu, May 11, 2017 at 05:55:02PM +0530, tushar wrote: > I observed that -we cannot publish "foreign table" in Publication > > postgres=# create foreign table t (n int) server db1_server options > (table_name 't1'); > CREATE FOREIGN TABLE > > postgres=# create publication pub for table t; > ERROR: "t" is not a table > DETAIL: Only tables can be added to publications. > postgres=# > > but same thing is not true for Subscription > > postgres=# create foreign table t (n int) server db1_server options > (table_name 't'); > CREATE FOREIGN TABLE > postgres=# alter subscription sub refresh publication ; > NOTICE: added subscription for table public.t > ALTER SUBSCRIPTION > > Is this an expected behavior ? if we cannot publish then how can we add > subscription for it.
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