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Create & Alter Schema Permissions for a Login role in Postgresql database

From: Tripura <k_tripura(at)hotmail(dot)com>
To: pgsql-admin(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Create & Alter Schema Permissions for a Login role in Postgresql database
Date: 2012-01-10 19:33:37
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I have a Postgresql database with 3 Schemas (2 user defined and 1 public).

I have script that takes backup of the user defined schema's and then drops
the schema's.

Now after doing some operations I want to restore the user defined schemas
from the schema backup(schema_backup.out).

When I execute 
cat schema_backup.out | psql xx_db_name_xx

 I am getting the following error message 
ERROR:  permission denied for database xx_db_name_xx
ERROR:  schema "aaaa" does not exist 
ERROR:  permission denied for database xx_db_name_xx
ERROR:  schema "bbbb" does not exist 
ERROR:  must be owner of database xx_db_name_xx

 When I execute the same command as Admin user its executing just fine. But,
when I execute as a 'xxxxxx' user its failing.

Can someone guide me, what permissions/rights should be added to 'xxxxxx' to
restore the schema?


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