Tom Lane wrote:
David Fetter <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
Per a question Alexey Parshin asked in the IRC channel, I'm attaching
a patch to the GRANT and REVOKE syntax summaries which replaces the
misleading word "column" with "parameter."  "Column" is misleading
because it could be read to imply a column-level GRANT/REVOKE, which
we don't have yet.


Apparently it's so misleading that you didn't understand it either.
The entire *point* of that paragraph is that we don't have the
feature.  This proposed change is surely not an improvement...
Maybe removing the entire example would be more helpful. I don't find it clear to have a command outline in a compatibility block.
                        regards, tom lane

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