Peter Eisentraut wrote:
> Bruce Momjian writes:
> > How about this, that also suggests you mistyped the name:
> >
> > >   HINT:  Perhaps you need to use 'createlang' to load the language into
> > >   the database, or you mistyped the language name.
> That's only one step away from this:
> peter=# SELECT * FROM test;
> ERROR:  relation "test" does not exist
> HINT:  Perhaps you need to use "CREATE TABLE" to create the table in the
> database, or you mistyped the table name.
> I think not...

I never suggested that.  Just because the extreme is wrong doesn't make
the case we are discussing wrong.

If the hint is useful, then we add it.  I don't see the above as useful,
while I see the CREATE FUCTION as useful.  No one is posting asking why
they have to create the table before selecting from it.

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