Tom Lane wrote:
> Bruce Momjian <> writes:
> >> What was the point again?
> > Simon said that the EXECUTE is pretty useless for debugging unless we
> > show the prepare query.  His patch shows the prepare query for
> > client-side prepare, but not for server side when using the
> > PREPARE/EXECUTE commands --- seems we should display it in both cases.
> So we need to make sure that prepared statements always capture the
> originating query string.  I thought you'd done that by using
> debug_query_string ... which is a bit ugly but not horrid.   Why do
> we need more mechanism than that?

The problem is we have to pass that string down to the completion of the
query for log_min_duration_statement printing.

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