Matt Doggett wrote:
>I've been using pgaccess for a while and decided to give pgadmin a try
>and see how it compares, so I'm new here.
> One thing I'd like to do is be able to interactively edit data in the
>database. I notice that pgadmin offers a "view data" where you can do
>this, and that's great. However, I have some data tables that contain
>millions of records in them. And, as far as I can tell, pgadmin will
>try to load the ENTIRE table to view (which takes a ridiculous amount of
No, it does only load the displayed data.
>Is there any way to control this? In pgacess you could limit the
>records that were displayed for editing with simple constraints like in
>an SQL WHERE clause.
1.1 has a filter option.
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