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SPI_finish

Name

SPI_finish -- disconnect a procedure from the SPI manager

Synopsis

int SPI_finish(void)

Description

SPI_finish closes an existing connection to the SPI manager. You must call this function after completing the SPI operations needed during your procedure's current invocation. You do not need to worry about making this happen, however, if you abort the transaction via elog(ERROR). In that case SPI will clean itself up automatically.

If SPI_finish is called without having a valid connection, it will return SPI_ERROR_UNCONNECTED. There is no fundamental problem with this; it means that the SPI manager has nothing to do.

Return Value

SPI_OK_FINISH

if properly disconnected

SPI_ERROR_UNCONNECTED

if called from an unconnected procedure


 
 
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