> Merlin Moncure wrote:
> > Is there any relatively easy way to, uh, prevent your users from
> > some/all of your pl/pgsql code in pgAdmin? :) A by schema solution
> > would be ideal.
> I could think of an additional option for schema names that should be
> treated as system schema (like the Slony-I and pgAgent schema), but
That sounds interesting, how would that be accomplished?
> there's no solution to prevent reengineering that's not done on the
> server side. And coding sophisticated algorithms in plpgsql is for
> masochists only anyway ;-)
hmm! I must be a masochist then! I've busily converting our erp server
code from cobol to pl/pgsql atm. The performance of pl/pgsql is just
amazing...I haven't worked with the other pl languages much (save sql),
but I wonder what else would meet my requirements.
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