redshift does not create view with no schema binding with recursive cte inside


**what's the problem **

i am trying to create a view in aws redshift with recursive cte inside it and with no schema binding option, but i recieve error like there is no such tables that i create a view over.

[0A000] ERROR: All the relation names inside should be qualified when creating VIEW WITH NO SCHEMA BINDING.
does anybody know any workaround? i need the view to be with no schema binding and i would really love to have it

**how to reproduct the error **

create table some_stuff as select 1 as id;

create view stuff_recursive as (
    cte (id, inc) as (
        select id, 0 as inc from some_stuff
        UNION ALL
        select, inc + 1 from some_stuff as d, cte
        where =
        and inc < 5
    select * From cte

**additional info ** my current redshift version

PostgreSQL 8.0.2 on i686-pc-linux-gnu, 
compiled by GCC gcc (GCC) 3.4.2 20041017 (Red Hat 3.4.2-6.fc3),
Redshift 1.0.34928

asked 10 months ago387 views
1 Answer

Currently this is not supported, but you can create the View without the no schema binding, if that works for you.

answered 8 months ago

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