Languages are the basis for constructing functions in a database. This kind of object generates commands to register a new procedural language in a PostgreSQL database. You can create your own language with its proper syntax through the handler functions but writing these functions is a quite an advanced topic and demands the creation of C-styled functions which is not covered by this document.
|This attribute tells the server that the language does not grant access to data that the user eventually does not have permission to handle.
|Defines the function that will be called to execute the procedural language's functions. This function must have the following signature:
|Defines the function that will be called when a new function in the language is created, to validate that new object. This function must have the signature:
|Defines the function that will be called to execute an anonymous code block (a DO command) in this language. This function must have the signature:
Create custom languages