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I have a postgres 9.4 database and when I use the:

\dt 

command, tables in the 'public' schema, and other user-created schemas are shown.

I have the exact same database on a Postgres 9.6 server and when I use:

\dt

only the tables in the 'public' schema are shown, and in order to see tables in the other user-created schema, i have to use:

\dt schemaname.* 

to see those tables. Is this a difference between 9.4 and 9.6, or any i missing something else. permissions?

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Check the search_path for each user you're trying to check on.

SHOW search_path;

If they're different you can set them with SET search_path TO mySchema, public;

  • this is what i needed. incidentally, my real problem appeared to be the fact that i had capital letters and an unserscore '_' in my schema name, and that was throwing a wrench into the works. – jamierob Sep 11 '17 at 17:44
  • Yeah the whole folding to lower (or upper) case thing in SQL bites a lot of folks int he butt. Glad you got it sussed. – Scott Marlowe Sep 11 '17 at 19:29

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