PG rules! 
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 PG rules!

I just want to say, that PG is an awesome thing.  I'm finding new uses
for constraints of various kinds to ensure data integrity in my DB.
Constraints will really make the whole application more solid, because
programming errors elsewhere still won't allow corrupt data to get
into the DB.

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Sun, 04 Jan 2004 06:25:12 GMT
 PG rules!

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> I just want to say, that PG is an awesome thing.  I'm finding new uses
> for constraints of various kinds to ensure data integrity in my DB.
> Constraints will really make the whole application more solid, because
> programming errors elsewhere still won't allow corrupt data to get
> into the DB.

And I thought it was a question about rules :-) Speaking of which can
someone tell me in which circumstances to use rules and in what
circumstances to use triggers?

Nils
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Lucebert



Sun, 04 Jan 2004 06:40:07 GMT
 
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