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doc: Put pg_temp into documentation index

Karl O. Pinc
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petere committed Nov 17, 2012
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@@ -4810,7 +4810,7 @@ COPY postgres_log FROM '/full/path/to/logfile.csv' WITH csv;
Likewise, the current session's temporary-table schema,
<literal>pg_temp_<replaceable>nnn</></>, is always searched if it
exists. It can be explicitly listed in the path by using the
- alias <literal>pg_temp</>. If it is not listed in the path then
+ alias <literal>pg_temp</><indexterm><primary>pg_temp</></>. If it is not listed in the path then
it is searched first (even before <literal>pg_catalog</>). However,
the temporary schema is only searched for relation (table, view,
sequence, etc) and data type names. It is never searched for
@@ -684,7 +684,7 @@ SELECT * FROM dup(42);
temporary-table schema, which is searched first by default, and
is normally writable by anyone. A secure arrangement can be had
by forcing the temporary schema to be searched last. To do this,
- write <literal>pg_temp</> as the last entry in <varname>search_path</>.
+ write <literal>pg_temp</><indexterm><primary>pg_temp</><secondary>securing functions</></> as the last entry in <varname>search_path</>.
This function illustrates safe usage:
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