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pg_aclcheck: invalid user id #

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Hi,

I found a strange behavior in PostgreSQL.
I created a table as user pippo then I created a view based upon this
tables,
latter someone drops user pippo and now when I do:
select from view PostgreSQL show me this:
pg_aclcheck: invalid user id #

I suppose it is because the user pippo the owner of this view, is any
more in the database
but if I do select from table it works fine.

Is this a bug?

Jose



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Nov 12 '05 #1
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