Alvaro Herrera wrote:

   <para>
!    The SQL2003 standard specifies that the keyword
!    <literal>SAVEPOINT</> is mandatory.  <productname>PostgreSQL</> and
!    <productname>Oracle</> allow the <literal>SAVEPOINT</literal>
!    keyword to be omitted.  SQL2003 allows only <literal>WORK</>, not


Why are we mentioning Oracle behavior at all?

One of the influences on the SAVEPOINT/ROLLBACK syntax was avoiding gratuitous incompatibility with Oracle; doesn't it make sense to document this?


-O

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