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postgres ERROR:  missing FROM-clause entry for table ""xxxxx""

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I found the following message within syslog.

< message >
postgres ERROR:  missing FROM-clause entry for table ""xxxxx""

Note: ""xxxxx"" is masked.


I am not developer but manage server.
Would you please tell me the meaning and the solution?
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Well I guess you are missing the From clause of your statement ... Propably you are using a SELECT or DELETE Statement ... in all you have to specify which table to select from:

SELECT * FROM table_users WHERE name = 'peter'
DELETE FROM talbe_users WHERE name='peter'
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thanks
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