did some experimentation, as you suggested, with some success.
Tom Lane-2 wrote:
> chrisj <chrisj(dot)wood(at)sympatico(dot)ca> writes:
>> However I am now looking for more information on interrogating the
>> and information_schema. I have about 30 tables and 25 stored procedures
>> (many of my SPs call other SPs), several types and sequences, and still
>> growing. I would like to determine the dependencies between all these
>> objects but the information_schema does not seem to provide this
> AFAIK the information_schema doesn't do that. You can get such info
> from pg_depend, but there isn't any SQL standard for it.
>> From doing some searches it seems like there may be a whole other world
>> Postgres documentation I have not stumbled upon.
> Not really, other than the source code and perhaps the techdocs website.
> But feel free to ask questions. In this case I'd suggest looking at the
> System Catalogs chapter of the manual. Experimentation helps too.
> regards, tom lane
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