"Simon Riggs" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> On Wed, 2007-01-24 at 02:42 +1100, FAST PostgreSQL wrote:
>> In the UPDATE or DELETE statements the ‘WHERE CURRENT OF <cursor_name>’ 
>> clause results in the cursor name being placed in the UpdateStmt or 
>> DeleteStmt structure. During the processing of the functions - 
>> transformDeleteStmt() and transformUpdateStmt() - the cursor name is used to 
>> obtain a pointer to the related Portal structure 

> To support prepared statements we'd need to do this name lookup just
> once, so that the Update/Delete stmt can record which Portal to look at
> for the current tuple.

This really isn't gonna work, because it assumes that the tuple that is
"current" at the instant of parsing is still going to be "current" at
execution time.

                        regards, tom lane

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