Thank you for a quick response.
From: "Tom Lane"
> > C:\Program Files\PostgreSQL\8.1\bin>pqpasswd.exe --help
> > pqpasswd installs a pgpass(libpq) connect a PostgreSQL database.
> I must be missing something. What exactly does this accomplish that
> couldn't be done at least as flexibly with a simple text editor?
Ah, It is involved with an environment variable, and a user has to operate it,
fully taking into consideration. While opening the text editor, someone may
be in your back....
> If the argument is "point-and-drool Windows users can't be expected to
> use a text editor", I would think that the same argument applies to
> a command-line program; you'd have to make a GUI application to make
> it easier to use than Notepad or what-have-you.
Um, pgAdminIII is performing it. As for it, the solution method is different
As a very important thing, I am planning future encryption.
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