Tom Lane wrote:
In practice, any given application will probably use one method to the
exclusion of the other, and wouldn't notice the "inconsistency" anyway.
If you are using both methods of preparing statements for some reason,
it's not improbable that you would want to know which way a given
statement was created, and seeing the PREPARE in there would be a useful
cue.


The "from_sql" field of the view is an infinitely better way to determine the source of the prepared statement.

Anyway, if there was a reasonably cheap way to present the query strings of protocol-level and SQL prepared statements in the same manner, I think we should definitely do so. Since there doesn't appear to be one, I'm content to just use the query string as sent by the user. I'll post a revised patch that does that soon.

-Neil

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