2017-10-14 17:26 GMT+02:00 Tom Lane <t...@sss.pgh.pa.us>:

> Pavel Stehule <pavel.steh...@gmail.com> writes:
> > When function is overwritten, then regproc result contains schema,
> although
> > it is on search_path
> There's no "fresh regression" here, it's done that more or less since
> we invented schemas.  See regprocout:
>              * Would this proc be found (uniquely!) by regprocin? If not,
>              * qualify it.
> git blame dates that comment to commit 52200bef of 2002-04-25.
> Admittedly, qualifying the name might not be sufficient to disambiguate,
> but regprocout doesn't have any other tool in its toolbox, so it uses
> the hammer it's got.  If you're overloading functions, you really need
> to use regprocedure not regproc.

It is false alarm. I am sorry. I shot by self. Thank you for explanation

Nice evening.


>                         regards, tom lane

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