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Definitions

  1. PostgreSQL is a powerful, open source relational database system.
  2. PostgreSQL is a highly-scalable, SQL compliant, open source object-relational database management system.
  3. PostgreSQL is a non-commercial, all volunteer, free software project, and as such there is no formal list of feature requirements required for development.
  4. PostgreSQL is a RDBMS SQL server which is the "default SQLserver" shipped with most Linux distributions.
  5. PostgreSQL Is an open source database that is fully sql-92 compliant and has object-relational capabilities.

Extra Arguments

  1. Note #2: Without any extra arguments, the DSpace installation package is initialized for PostgreSQL. (Web site)

Managing Postgresql Databases

  1. This package contains the client libraries for C and C++, as well as command-line utilities for managing PostgreSQL databases on a PostgreSQL server.
  2. Interactive SQL for PostgreSQL is a database administration solution for managing PostgreSQL databases.

Features

  1. It embeds the PostgreSQL query library to allow easy use of PostgreSQL features from a Python script.

Source

  1. Described as the first open-source database, and the source of many other databases, of which PostgreSQL is the most prominent in the open-source area.

Configuration

  1. To achieve this [24]paella uses a PostgreSQL database to store most of the configuration. (Web site)

Form

  1. EMS DB Extract 2005 for PostgreSQL - Create database backups in a form of SQL scripts.

Useful

  1. Although Cygwin can be useful in many situations, the use of PostgreSQL in a Cygwin environment is not recommended. (Web site)
  2. It has enhanced the PostgreSQL database, and passed its changes back to the project when they would be useful to others. (Web site)

Several Different Types

  1. PostgreSQL has several different types of client authentication at its disposal. (Web site)

Program

  1. You are now ready to compile and run a simple JDBC application that uses PostgreSQL. Create the following program. (Web site)

Synchronization

  1. EMS Data Comparer for PostgreSQL is a powerful and easy-to-use utility for data comparison and synchronization.

Fundamental Concepts

  1. This chapter documents the fundamental concepts involved with authenticating and encrypting a client session to the PostgreSQL server. (Web site)

Linux

  1. Mysql and PostgreSQL server are fully supported by both our Linux and Windows hosting plans.

Win32

  1. The Win32 version of PostgreSQL requires the Cygwin environment and will not operate independently within Win32.

Interfacing

  1. It also has tools for interfacing with digitizers, scanners, and the PostgreSQL, DBF, and ODBC connected databases.

Users

  1. It has minimal required set of instruments for those users who are new to PostgreSQL server and need only its basic functionality.
  2. AuthPG enables Apache HTTP server to authenticate users with the information stored in PostgreSQL database.

Web Interface

  1. It uses PostgreSQL, features a Web interface, and uses ImageMagick and DCRAW to handle over a hundred image formats including several RAW formats. (Web site)

Backend

  1. EXPLAIN and EXPLAIN ANALYZE show the users the query plan that a PostgreSQL backend produces for a given optimizable query.

Python

  1. The first module, libpq, exports the PostgreSQL C API to Python.

Postgres

  1. Postgres (Post In gres), a project which started in the mid-1980s, later evolved into PostgreSQL.
  2. While PostgreSQL retains the powerful data model and rich data types of POSTGRES, it replaces the PostQuel query language with an extended subset of SQL. (Web site)

Microsoft Sql

  1. It can handle with MySQL, mSQL, Microsoft SQL, Sybase,PostgreSQL. It uses very complicated database operations for handling with POP3 folder simulation. (Web site)

Postgresql Database

  1. This program uses the Packet CAPture library libpcap to gather network traffic data and then stores it in a PostgreSQL database. (Web site)
  2. TAF is a small PHP3 interface (frontend) to a PostgreSQL database, allowing the user to manipulate a Todo list.
  3. It can be used for real-time or historical reporting from the MySQL or PostgreSQL database of alarms generated by Snort. (Web site)

Written

  1. Trac is written in the Python programming language and needs a database (either SQLite, PostgreSQL, or MySQL works). (Web site)
  2. MediaWiki is written in PHP, and can use either the MySQL or PostgreSQL relational database management system.
  3. It is written in PHP and uses a MySQL or PostgreSQL database backend; however it is publicly available and suitable for tailoring to other applications.

System

  1. The system uses the Perl language and a Perl database interface module for processing, and PostgreSQL, Oracle database, or DB2 for data storage.

Access

  1. The reject method automatically denies access to PostgreSQL for that host or user. (Web site)

Support

  1. It contains complete support for MySQL and PostgreSQL, and support for other databases is very easy to add.
  2. PostGIS "PostGIS adds support for geographic objects to the PostgreSQL object-relational database. (Web site)
  3. Please note that FREE hosting plans do not support a PostgreSQL database. (Web site)

Libraries

  1. This package contains the header files and libraries needed to compile applications which will directly interact with a PostgreSQL server.

Administration

  1. EMS SQL Manager Lite for PostgreSQL is a light and easy-to-use freeware graphical tool for PostgreSQL administration.
  2. EMS PostgreSQL Manager is a powerful graphical tool for PostgreSQL administration and development.
  3. EMS SQL Manager for PostgreSQL is a powerful graphical tool for PostgreSQL DB Server administration and development.

Apache Web

  1. The bundled software stack includes the Apache web server, and PostgreSQL, MySQL, SQLite database management sytems. (Web site)

Apache

  1. Niigata Linux is a Fedora-based Japanese Linux distribution designed as a web application environment for web development with Apache and PostgreSQL.
  2. Involved use of PostgreSQL database, PHP, Perl, Apache, C, coordination of other programmers' work. (Web site)

Installing

  1. PostgreSQL for Mac I wrote about installing PostgreSQL on Windows yesterday.
  2. But, installing PostgreSQL for Windows was smooth and painless with Chris' Primer as a guide.

Data

  1. Access to PostgreSQL Sync synchronizes and converts data from MS Access to PostgreSQL server databases and from PostgreSQL to Access with synchronization.
  2. FMaps "FMaps is a Geographic Information System and Remote Sensing application which stores its data in a PostgreSQL database. (Web site)
  3. Users who use the PostgreSQL backend should load their data and save it as an XML file before upgrading GnuCash.

Queries

  1. PostgreSQL uses the SQL language to run queries on data.

Uc Berkeley

  1. PostgreSQL has had a lengthy evolution, starting with the Ingres project at UC Berkeley.
  2. Probably the most notable research project, Postgres (UC Berkeley), spawned two products tracing their lineage to that research: Illustra and PostgreSQL. (Web site)

Perl

  1. For example, Oracle and others include Java in the database, while PostgreSQL allows functions to be written in Perl, Tcl, or C, among other languages.
  2. It is written in Perl and runs as a CGI program, and uses either the MySQL, PostgreSQL, or SQLite database. (Web site)
  3. We are planning and developing the circulation module (written in Perl, using PostgreSQL -- RDBMS isn't always a bad idea. (Web site)

Php

  1. The server can be installed on any host with PHP and MySQL, PostgreSQL, Firebird or SQL Server.
  2. The HMIS uses a web-based interface generated by PHP, and backed by either PostgreSQL or Microsoft SQL Server.
  3. The WiFiDog authentication server is a PHP and PostgreSQL server based solution written to authenticate clients in a captive portal environment.

Jdbc

  1. An example of a Java Servlet using JDBC to access a database (PostgreSQL or MySQL) is also covered. (Web site)

Oracle

  1. Besides plain BIND configuration files, PDNS reads information from MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL and many other databases.
  2. DataVision is written in Java and supports multiple databases including PostgreSQL, MySQL, and Oracle. (Web site)
  3. It is currently available for MySQL, PostgreSQL, and ODBC, and the work on Oracle is in progress.

Package

  1. You will need to install this package to use any other PostgreSQL package or any clients that need to connect to a PostgreSQL server.
  2. The postgresql package includes the client programs and libraries that you'll need to access a PostgreSQL DBMS server.
  3. Postgresql requires a number of configuration steps beyond just installing the package.

Relational Database

  1. It can optionally use a version control system based on a relational database (MySQL, PostgreSQL, ODBC, or SQLite).
  2. Finance server(s) around the globe and stores them in a relational database (using PostgreSQL) so that the data can be used for further analysis. (Web site)

Mysql

  1. It supports most of major database servers, including Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Access, Oracle, MySQL, PostgreSQL and many more.
  2. It is currently available for Linux, Unix and Windows environments; and works with MySQL, PostgreSQL and Microsoft SQL Server databases.
  3. It uses MySQL or PostgreSQL as the backend and works under Linux and Windows. (Web site)

Postgresql Databases

  1. MS Access, MS SQL database or any other database with ADO support) to PostgreSQL databases.

Database

  1. EMS SQL Manager for PostgreSQL is a powerful tool for PostgreSQL Database Server administration and development.
  2. You can save data to PHP script or dump (text) file that allows you to get over the restrictions on access to PostgreSQL database.
  3. This package includes the.jar file needed for Java programs to access a PostgreSQL database.

Databases

  1. These PostgreSQL client programs are programs that directly manipulate the internal structure of PostgreSQL databases on a PostgreSQL server.
  2. Interactive SQL for PostgreSQL is a powerfull database utility for building, executing and processing queries upon PostgreSQL databases.
  3. It is written in the PHP scripting language and works with MySQL, MS SQL, and PostgreSQL databases and a Web server.

Postgresql

  1. JForma can access a range of SQL databases including Oracle, Sybase, DB2, MS SQL Server and PostgreSQL and can be extended to work with many others.
  2. Any database with an available JDBC driver should work: Oracle, PostgreSQL, MySQL, Informix, hsqldb, Microsoft Access, Progress, and more. (Web site)
  3. Savepoints are supported in some form or other in database systems like PostgreSQL, Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL, DB2, and Firebird.

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