Here's the HOWTO I wrote. This is what it has:
- The basics of how to port from Oracle to PostgreSQL
- Several examples of functions in many degrees of complexity
- Several tips for working with PL/pgSQL including a table of number
of quotes needed to accomplish this or that (many get confused with
- Code for three instr functions that behave exactly like Oracle's
I am not a DocBook expert, so I apologize if I made mistakes somewhere
or if I did not add some tags that could have made your life easier. I
really strived to make a quality document.
The document, with exception of parts quoted from other sources
(including the PostgreSQL documentation), is licensed under the GNU Free
Documentation License, and I would be glad it is of any help.
If you have any other documentation that you'd like help with, please
let me know.
Computer Science Utah State University
Space Dynamics Laboratory Web Developer
USU Free Software & GNU/Linux Club http://fslc.usu.edu
My home page - http://www.brasileiro.net/roberto
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