I'm trying to execute an sql script file in a single transation. The file contains includes for some other scripts which in my example create some tables. It looks like this:
\include ../tables/table1.cre \include ../tables/table2.cre ... \include ../tables/table10.cre
I'm executing it using
psql -X --set AUTOCOMMIT=off --set ON_ERROR_STOP=on -e --single-transaction -d my_db -f my_script.sql
The problem is that errors with the include meta command do not cause a transactiopn rollback. e.g. if some of tableX.cre files is missing, any changes before its include will be commited. However, if there's some SQL syntax error, everyting works as expected.
Is it possible to somehow handle include related errors and rollback the active transcation?
I'm using PostgreSQL 9.2.1.