John Hansen wrote:
Even more so if the 'currval(void) called before nextval(seq_name)'
error message could be supressed by a GUC variable and return 0
instead.


I don't think that's a good idea at all. It seems unnecessary, it complicates the definition of the operation, and worse, "0" is a valid return value for currval(), so it would also be ambiguous.


-Neil

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