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function restore order

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I am running 7.2.4

I have 2 functions:
get_deficiency_days_old()
and
get_deficiency_days_old_sub()

The former basically is just a wrapper for the latter.

The problem is that when I restored from a pg_dump script, the former was
recreated first, and so the function create command failed because the sub
was not created yet:
CREATE FUNCTION "get_deficiency_days_old" (integer) RETURNS integer
<snip...>
ERROR: Function 'get_deficiency_days_old_sub(date, timestamp, bpchar)' does
not
exist
Unable to identify a function that satisfies the given argument types
You may need to add explicit typecasts

Is there a way to set dependencies or order for the function backups when
using pg_dump?

Thanks
Terry Fielder
Manager Software Development and Deployment
Great Gulf Homes / Ashton Woods Homes
te***@greatgulfhomes.com
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Nov 11 '05 #1
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