Tom Lane wrote:
> The fact that schema ss might not exist is one of the scenarios that
> we need to qualify the primary name in the DROP to protect against.
> It's possible say that "complex" would get mis-resolved as some other
> type "complex" in some other schema, but it doesn't matter since the
> qualified function name will surely not match anything else.
> What I think we ought to do is just reset currSchema once, after the
> DROP phase is completed, whether or not any schemas were dropped.
> This will be considerably more bulletproof in partial-restore
> situations.
> Will go fix.

OK.  I did consider that option but was unsure of the ramifications.
The problem is definitely subtle.

  Bruce Momjian  <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

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