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asked Best way to handle multiple query keys
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comment Best design to handle multiple query keys
Each key corresponds to a json_data. There is no such a think as a key combination. Every time it can be any keys.
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asked Best design to handle multiple query keys
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Jun
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comment What is the best way to automatically create a snapshot of the table at the certain time?
No, I am not indexing data. It is just transactions, so - no need for index in there.
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comment What is the best way to automatically create a snapshot of the table at the certain time?
Thank for suggestion. Won't work for me - my DB serves people all over the World. They work with my app from home too. So I cannot rely on "everyones drinks beer". I think idea with triggers I wrote about will work for me.
Jun
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comment What is the best way to automatically create a snapshot of the table at the certain time?
I use 9.0.4. But as far as I understood hot-standby is more for recovery cases and not for snapshotting. I need robust snapshoting solution.
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asked What is the best way to automatically create a snapshot of the table at the certain time?
May
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comment Table-name.column-name in PostgreSQL?
Seems that Navicat is not about acepting client's feedback: navicat.com/en/support/support_ticket/submit_ticket.html
May
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comment Table-name.column-name in PostgreSQL?
Hi Jack, for sure. I just have to fid out how I submit a new ticket for them :-)
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comment Table-name.column-name in PostgreSQL?
Thank you for your reference. Now I can say: Now I know for sure!
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accepted Table-name.column-name in PostgreSQL?