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On 12/12/2007, Heikki Linnakangas <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> While looking at the package function precedence problem, I bumped into
> another unrelated bug:
> According to a quick Google search, Oracle doesn't accept DDL in PL/SQL;
> you have to use EXECUTE IMMEDIATE to do that. Trying to run DDL in the
> edb-spl fails with a bizarre error message. For example, for CREATE
> TABLE footable (full test case attached):
> ERROR:  syntax error at or near "footable"
> LINE 1: CREATE footable2 (id integer)
> So the TABLE token seems to be stripped away somewhere. This begs the
> question of what happens with CREATE TEMPORARY TABLE. Lo and behold, it
> does what you might've guessed, kind of. TEMPORARY is stripped away,
> leaving just "CREATE TABLE <tablename>". However, we've set the package
> namespace as the special namespace, and that's the current "default
> creation namespace". Therefore the table gets created inside the package
> namespace.
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>    Heikki Linnakangas
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