In response to André Silva :
> I have a table that defines a programmed service that does something
> automatically every time interval (days, weeks, months) from a beginning date
> to a ending date.
> How can I do this in postgresql? I have no access to the OS, so cron is not an
To use the CRON or something similar is the way to do that. An other
dirty solution: use pg_sleep() to sleep, for instance, 1 minute, and
then detect the actual time and do the work.
> I'm sorry if my english is a bit confusing but it is not my main language.
The same for me...
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