I'm looking for a precise piece of information in a database which I have no knowledge about. It's a 3rd party product, they are slow on answering some questions, and I know the data is lying inside ...
I've meshed together a way to determine what the data_type is as in the data_type you use in the syntax when creating a new table based off of the PostgreSQL wiki page. If there is something wrong ...
I am migrating SQL Server DBs to a new instance. I have been told that it is possible to dynamically build a RESTORE script from available backups in the system catalog. Does anyone know of a sample ...
I am trying to run the below sql command: SELECT ARRAY( SELECT column_name FROM information_schema.columns WHERE table_name ='gis_field_configuration_stage' ); and I get the below ...
So I run this query: SELECT f_copy_tbl('parts','parts1'); ...while working on code based off of this answer and I get this error message: ERROR: relation "parts1" already exists pgAdmin III ...