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Creating variables outside a 'create function'

Is it possible to create variables outside a create statement? I'd
like to do something along the lines of

SELECT INTO temp primary_key_id from a_table where

However this seems to only work within creating functions. Probably
because it's being interpreted as standard sql instead of plpgsql.

This would probably mean the real question is can i ecapsulate a
sequence of sql statements with plpgsql?
Jul 19 '05 #1
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