INSERT INTO ... RETURNING
Hi. Does 3.4 from RETURNING apply even to multi-row inserts?
I mean, surely the literal row values will be processed in order, no?
I can understand 3.4 for other DMLs, but in that particular case, isn't it special?
The non-scientific example below supports that, but that's not saying much :)
Otherwise I'll have to also return something identifying the row from one of the inputs,
to know which row the ID was assigned to, and maintain a mapping in the calling code.
Just want to be 100% clear on this. Thanks, --DD
C:\Users\ddevienne>sqlite3 SQLite version 3.36.0 2021-06-18 18:36:39 Enter ".help" for usage hints. Connected to a transient in-memory database. Use ".open FILENAME" to reopen on a persistent database. sqlite> create table t(id integer primary key, name text UNIQUE); sqlite> insert into t (name) values ('one') returning id; 1 sqlite> insert into t (name) values ('two'), ('three') returning id; 2 3 sqlite> insert into t (name) values ('four'), ('five') returning id, name; 4|four 5|five sqlite>