Can you send me the code that has that problem, as a tar archive?2007/3/19, firstname.lastname@example.org < email@example.com>:After I used logout() stored procedure I'm unable to recreate session_info
Here is the error message which I get after
select login ('sergey', 'password12', 1);
ERROR: relation with OID 37226 does not exist
CONTEXT: SQL statement "INSERT INTO session_info SELECT pl_id,
pl_first_name || ' ' || pl_last_name, $1 FROM person_list WHERE pl_login
= $2 "
PL/pgSQL function "login" line 27 at SQL statement
I did some research and I found out that it could be related to PL/PgSQL
caching of function scripts. The solution is to use EXECUTE for temporary
table access. This should cause the query to be reparsed every time.
Here is what I did:
prepare testplan (varchar, varchar, int) as select login($1, $2, $3);
execute testplan('sergey', 'password12', 1);
but got exactly the same error message as above.
I guess it could be a mismatch between tables in DB b/c of 'drop' that
logout() proc performs.
Do we need to use prepared statements in stored procs to avoid this problem?
Another thing, I need session_info table with si_session column. I'll pass
session id as a parameter, as we agreed.
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