I wrote:
> I'd venture that we should try to get rid of the restriction, but I'm
> unsure whether removing the error check is sufficient or whether there
> are real problems it's preventing.

I did a little experimentation and it seems that DECLARE CURSOR,
FETCH, and CLOSE work perfectly fine when executed through SPI
(after diking out the error check).  So I see no reason to have
that prohibition in place --- we may as well just take it out and
save a few lines of code.

                        regards, tom lane

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