[postgis-users] argument type cstring does not exits
pramsey at refractions.net
Mon Feb 24 22:02:11 PST 2003
Are you sure the running instance you are installing into is PgSQL
7.3.X? Connect to the database and run 'select version();'.
Toshimi Minoura wrote:
> 1) We installed PostgreSQL 7.3.2, and it seems to be working correctly.
> 2) We then installed PostGIS 0.7.4 with make and make install.
> 3) We issued the following command:
> createlang plpgsql zpostgis -- zpostgis is a database name
> Now, plpgsql_call_handler can be seen as a function in zpostgis.
> 4) Now, when we issue the command
> psql -d zpostgis -f postgis.sql
> we get an error:
> "argument type cstring does not exit"
> This error comes from the first create function statement:
> create function histogram2d_in(CSTRING) returns histogram2d as '
> . . .
> Type CSSTRING is indeed not in pg_type. We can create other functions
> using types found in pg_type.
> What do we need to install to make CSSTRING defined?
> We will appreciate any help.
> Please send a reply to minoura at cs.orst.edu also.
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