Tom Browder wrote:
>Does the architecture of pgadmin3 allow for using it with other databases?
>In particular, is it feasible (and practical) to use it as an administrative
>tool for sqlite?
In general, it's possible to use the architecture for any kind of
database system; If you like, you can take pgadmin3 and implement your
own pgServer class, together with its siblings. The current
implementation is pgsql only, and it was never the intention to have a
cross-db tool. We want to server pgsql first class, not more or less any
database with a subset.
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