On Tue, May 16, 2017 at 3:26 PM, Amit Langote
> On 2017/05/16 4:29, Robert Haas wrote:
>> On Mon, May 15, 2017 at 9:12 AM, Amit Kapila <amit.kapil...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Can't we allow NULL to get inserted into the partition (leaf
>>> partition) if the user uses the partition name in Insert statement?
>> That would be terrible behavior - the behavior of tuple routing should
>> match the enforced constraints.
Right and that makes sense.
>>> For root partitions, I think for now giving an error is okay, but once
>>> we have default partitions (Rahila's patch), we can route NULLS to
>>> default partition.
>> Yeah, that's exactly why I think we should make the change Amit is
>> proposing here. If we don't, then we won't be able to accept NULL
>> values even after we have the default partitioning stuff.
> Attached is a patch for consideration. There are 2 actually, but maybe
> they should be committed together if we decide do go with this.
After your changes in get_qual_for_range(), below comment in that
function needs an update and I feel it is better to update the
function header as well.
* A range-partitioned table does not allow partition keys to be null. For
* simple columns, their NOT NULL constraint suffices for the enforcement
* of non-nullability. But for the expression keys, which are still
* nullable, we must emit a IS NOT NULL expression. Collect them in
* result first.
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