2017-11-01 6:07 GMT+01:00 Serge Rielau <se...@rielau.com>:

> "Although the syntax of CREATE TEMPORARY TABLE resembles that of the SQL
> standard, the effect is not the same. In the standard, temporary tables are
> defined just once and automatically exist (starting with empty contents) in
> every session that needs them. PostgreSQL instead requires each session
> to issue its own CREATE TEMPORARY TABLE command for each temporary table
> to be used. This allows different sessions to use the same temporary table
> name for different purposes, whereas the standard's approach constrains all
> instances of a given temporary table name to have the same table structure.”
> Yeah, that’s a DECLAREd table in my book. No wonder we didn’t link up.

This is known discussion about local / global temp tables in PostgresSQL.
And ToDo point: implementation of global temp tables in Postgres.

This temporary behave is marginal part of proposal - so I can to remove it
from proposal - and later open discussion about CREATE TEMPORARY VARIABLE





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