David Saracini <dsaracini(at)yahoo(dot)com> wrote:
> Hello all,
> Is there a way (via a sql cmd) to change the "default" value for this settings?
> So - just to be clear. I understand that if I send the following command:
> "set transform_null_equals to on;"
> I can set it for a given connection. However, I guess what I really
> want to know, is there a way to literally (or effectively) change the
> value in the Postgresql.conf file via a sql cmd? Or do I physically
> have to edit the value in that file (via a text editor or pgAdmin III,
You have to edit the config, right. Alternatively, you can do:
alter user your_user_account set transform_null_equals to on;
In the future this user has always set this value.
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