"cnliou" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> I wonder it happens to systems where inefficient update 
> SQL's are used like this:
> UPDATE MyTable SET MyColumn=1234
> Question arises when the value of MyColumn is already 1234 
> before the update.

We have to fire UPDATE triggers in any case.

> If I am right, even when the to-be-updated column values 
> equal to the new values, the core never hates to update that 
> row anyway. If so, is it wise or not to adjust the core for 
> lazy SQL users to ignore such "meaningless" updates in order 

Seems like penalizing the intelligent people (by adding useless
comparisons) in order to reward the "lazy" ones.

                        regards, tom lane

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