Masis, Alexander (US SSA) wrote:
> My db has one schema. In fact I deleted the default "public" and created
> my own: "schema_1".
> In my SQL query I have to explicitly specify schema name:
> "select my_colomn from schema_1.table_name;"
> Can't schema be specified as default value during connection, or can I
> set the schema before I send the query?
You can change the database so that everybody connecting to it will use
ALTER DATABASE your_db SET search_path = 'schema_1';
You can do that per-user, too:
ALTER DATABASE username SET search_path = 'schema_1';
You can also change it in the application, by sending
SET search_path TO 'schema_1';
There are other options too, but that should suffice.
Alvaro Herrera http://www.CommandPrompt.com/
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