"Joshua D. Drake" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
>> \begin_ignore_error
>> DROP TABLE foo;
>> \end_ignore_error
>> CREATE ...
>> ...

> That seems awful noisy. Why not just:

>        BEGIN:
>        DROP TABLE foo;
>        ERROR: table foo does not exist;
>        CONTINUE;
>        etc....

Well, ignoring questions of how we choose to spell the commands, the
thing I'd not like about the second alternative is that it doesn't
afford any control over the number of statements rolled back upon

                        regards, tom lane

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