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Tree traversing. Like Oracle START WITH...CONNECT BY

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Hello,

I want to know if in PostgreSQL, there is a command equivalent to START
WITH... CONNECT BY from Orcale?
This command is used to traverse a tree.

Thank you,
Jean-Marc

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Hello

PostgreSQL don't support Oracle tree extensions. You can try this patch
http://gppl.terminal.ru/readme.html.

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On Mon, 6 Oct 2003, My Internet wrote:
Hello,

I want to know if in PostgreSQL, there is a command equivalent to START
WITH... CONNECT BY from Orcale?
This command is used to traverse a tree.

Thank you,
Jean-Marc

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On Monday 06 October 2003 09:13, Pavel Stehule wrote:
Hello

PostgreSQL don't support Oracle tree extensions. You can try this patch
http://gppl.terminal.ru/readme.html.


I think there's something in contrib/tablefunc
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Nov 12 '05 #3

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