PL/pgSQL is the default procedural language for the PostgreSQL database system. Questions about PL/pgSQL should probably be tagged "PostgreSQL" as well.

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Trigger function using current row and current table name as variables (final part)

Like detailed in my first question I have a Postgres 9.1 database with multiple tables that have the exact same column names, they only vary in their column values: tbl_log_a tbl_log_b tbl_log_c ... ...
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PostgreSQL - is it possible to use a plpgsql function in a bash script?

Target : What i'm trying to achieve is to restore a partial backup of a database (only certain rows that satisfied certain conditions have been backed up). Problem : Since between the partial-backup ...
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Get inserted row count when master table isn't modified

I have a partitioned table where data resides only in the child tables. The master table has an insert trigger that will distribute inserted data into appropriate child tables. Now, I need to create ...
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Execution plan of query inside pl/pgsql function

Briefly, we have a pl/pgsql function which collects some intermediate data in several temporary tables ("on commit drop") and then returns REFCURSOR which joins those temporary tables with some static ...
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How can I use an environment variable in a Postgres function?

Let's say I have a windows user environment variable SOME_STRING. Is it possible to use its value in a PL/pgSQL function? If not, do I need to use an untrusted language (like PL/pythonu) or can I ...
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Loop through fields on a before-insert trigger?

Here's my table: CREATE TABLE foo ( i_am_pk CHARACTER VARYING(255) PRIMARY KEY NOT NULL, dont_touch_this CHARACTER VARYING(255) NOT NULL, name CHARACTER VARYING(255) NOT NULL, addr CHARACTER ...
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Centos 7, Postgresql Failed to Read Permission Data Directory in mounted Partition

I've a problem with start PostgreSQL 9.4 on Centos 7 Server. Because the partition /var/lib/pgsql/9.4/data/ (which contains PostgreSQL data) is full so I want to change to another partition. ...
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PostgreSQL 9.3.5 database restore error : plpgsql already exists

I have a .net program to restore a PostgreSQL database backup. What it is doing is 1) Delete the existing database. 2) Create it again. 3) Initialize some variables/properties. 4) Restore the ...