Gavin Sherry <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> Now, if for all the triggers on the base relation, !trigger->tgenabled is
> true, then newtuple will always be NULL.

Hmm ... seems like the all-triggers-disabled case should act the same as
the no-triggers-at-all case, which this doesn't seem to do.  It does
look broken but this doesn't seem like the correct fix.

>> Also, if there is a point, why are we changing only one of the
>> several ExecFOOTriggers functions?

> Because only BEFORE DELETE worries about trigger procedures returning
> NULL, from memory.

Do I have to do more than raise my eyebrow here?

                        regards, tom lane

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