I think I had syntax wrong while creating a table under psql. Now I have
managed to create a table. But the problem persists under pgAdminIII. Here
is the SQL created by pgAdminIII when attempting to create a table under
CREATE TABLE "Maneno"
"Neno_Asilia" "char"(50) NOT NULL,
"Lugha_ya_Neno" "char"(20) NOT NULL,
) WITHOUT OIDS;
ALTER TABLE "Maneno" OWNER TO ibrahim;
Unfortunately I cannot edit the created SQL
Michael Glaesemann wrote:
> On Oct 27, 2004, at 3:46 PM, ishaame(at)bluewin(dot)ch wrote:
>> I have installed Postgresql 8 beta3 on my windows machine, and everytime
>> I issue a commond to create a table I get this message "Error: syntax
>> at or near "(" " I get this message in both pgsql and pgAdminIII.
>> Could anyone out there help.
> I'm willing to help, but without seeing the actual command you're using
to try to create a table, it's really hard. Could you show a complete example
of what you're doing?
> Michael Glaesemann
> grzm myrealbox com
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