According to the document, if a prepared statement is executed enough times, the server may eventually decide to save and re-use a generic plan rather than re-planning each time. My question is where ...
I'm trying to prepare a query from PHP like: pg_prepare($con, "prep", "select * from test where tid in ($1)"); and then execute it with: $strpar = "3,4,6,8,10"; pg_execute($con, "prep", ...
I'm sure it's there but I've not been able to find a simple definitive answer to this in the docs or via Google: In Postgres, are prepared queries and user defined functions equivalent as a ...
I want to create a table from a SELECT statement based on a multiple row DISTINCT, but PostgreSQL does not allow me to do it. I need to create a table where the elements were previously selected from ...