I need to add a trigger after insert or update on a table so that, where some row is updated and a certain condition is met, then some other table needs to be updated. However, that last update ...
Proprietary code (that we cannot change) has a bunch of user defined functions of the type: create or replace function f() returns record as $$ ... $$ which we call in the following way (for ...
I am developing a user-defined function that takes two arguments: create or replace function gesio( events_table_in regclass, events_table_out regclass) returns void as $$ ... $$ ...
In Postgres, are prepared queries and user defined functions equivalent as a mechanism for guarding against SQL injection? Are there particular advantages in one approach over the other?