Tom Lane wrote:
> Andrew Dunstan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > Tom Lane wrote:
> >> Has any of this discussion taken into account the fact that a
> >> querystring may contain multiple commands?
> > What does the parser do if one of the statements has an error and the 
> > others are OK?
> The whole thing is rejected.  This is just an instance of the general
> rule that processing of the entire querystring is abandoned at the first
> error.
> The current definition of log_statement has no problem because we print
> the whole string, once, before parsing starts.  If you put a printout
> into the per-parse-tree loop then I think you are going to get multiple
> printouts of the same string.  You could add some state to prevent more
> than one printout per querystring, but even then you'll get complaints
> "I asked for DDL only, why did it print this SELECT?".  ISTM the only
> way to make it "work" without obvious implementation artifacts is to
> actually break down the string into individual commands, which is more
> work than I think this feature is worth.

I think it is acceptable to print the entire query string once if one
part of it has a DDL or mod statement.

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