your second example should work for you.
INSERT INTO table_xx (field2, field3, field4) VALUES ('', '', '');
(keeping in mind, that your ID column is of type serial or has DEFAULT
You can also insert values yourself:
INSERT INTO table_xx (ID, field2, field3, field4) VALUES
(NEXTVAL('some_sequence'), '', '', '');
Stefan Schwarzer rašė:
> rahter dump question, I guess....
> But I have a table with a sequential index field, into which I would
> like to add from time to time another line (via webbrowser), which in
> turn, stays first empty, before it's being filled in later (via
> Because the ID field is sequential and indexed, I can't use
> INSERT INTO table_xx (ID, field2, field3, field4) VALUES ('', '',
> '', '');
> neither (skipping ID because it should be filled in automatically):
> INSERT INTO table_xx (field2, field3, field4) VALUES ('', '', '');
> How am I supposed to do it?
> Thanks for any hints,
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