On Sun, Aug 20, 2006 at 12:58:31PM -0400, Gene wrote:
> Keep in mind if you have multiple rules for a master table, it won't return
> the number of affected rows as you might expect. This screws up Hibernate
> which I'm using for my application. It checks the return value to make sure
> it was inserted properly. Luckily I only need one rule which puts it into
> the "current" child table (im partitioning on current timestamp). I suppose
> I could get around this by using a stored procedure or something but that
> would not be as portable. I'm looking forward to future versions of PG which
> automate more of the partitioning features :) keep up the good work!

Sounds like a bug in Hibernate. It should be checking for errors
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