Andrew Dunstan wrote:
> Unless I'm missing something, this patch has the effect that with values 
> of "ddl" or "mod"  for log_statement, a statement with a parse error 
> will not be logged, which was what I hoped to avoid.

Right.  The query type can't be determined during a syntax error because
the parser couldn't identify the supplied command.  I think that is

What it does allow is to for 'all' to display the command before the
syntax error.

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