sorry, i badly explain my second problem (and it make me think about an other question :) )
what i really want to say is :
i would like to declare a global variable :
DEFINE pool = 10
and use it into a function
and my file createMDNS.sql is
create or replace package body MDXML_EXPORT
pool varchar2(150) := '&1';
that what i wanted to explain
and my new question is :) :
i wrote a first file :
\set databaseName 'base1'
\set createMDXML '/home/toto/MDXML/execCreateMDXML.sql'
and in my second file, i need the name af the database but if i wrote this :
SET search_path TO :databaseName;
it doesn't work....
De : Pavel Stehule [mailto:stehule(at)kix(dot)fsv(dot)cvut(dot)cz]
Envoy : mardi 3 mai 2005 14:30
: FERREIRA, William (COFRAMI)
Cc : pgsql-general(at)postgresql(dot)org
Objet : Re: [GENERAL] some questions : psql
> 1- is it possible to set a default schema ?
> i tried : set DEFAULT SCHEMA base1; but it didn't worked
SET search_path to base1;"
> 2- is it possible to have one file with global values and to use them when creating functions.
> one example is : i have a temporary directory, and several functions need to access this folder, so is it possible to pass the path as with Oracle
> DEFINE TempDirectory = /home/....
> @createMDNS.sql &TempDirectory
Yes. You can use commands and variables psql.
\set TempDirectory /home/... -- in file global.sql
more on http://developer.postgresql.org/docs/postgres/app-psql.html
> 3- my psql script create 2 tablespaces, an user, the database, 1 schema and the tables and functions
> but when i launch pgadmin, i see my new user, the tablespace and the database, but I don't see the schema and in consequence the tables and functions.
> but all have been created because i can ask tables, but they don't appear and i don't know why...;
I don't know. I don't use pgadmin
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