First off it has been a while since I needed to go to the
www.postgresql.org documentation ( and site in general ) and the new
layout/design is nice.
Now the question.
I'm reading up on schema and trying to remember from when I last
researched them what the process is to make the
SET search_path TO myschema,public;
permanent for users when they sign on. The documentation implies that
it is only per SESSION or transaction (LOCAL). I seem to remember some
setting that cause these to be stored and then executed each time a user
A gentle whack with the clue-stick please.
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