The idea is to make one pg_dump of the server and to keep in the machine of
And to restore this pg_dump when it will be necessary through the machine of
Perhaps I will have that to use some store procedure in the server, I do not
2006/9/29, Albe Laurenz < all(at)adv(dot)magwien(dot)gv(dot)at>:
> Marlon Petry wrote:
> > I am trying to develop, a API to carry through backup and
> > restore through JDBC.
> > I think that the best form is to use JNI.
> > Some Suggestion?
> Do you mean 'backup' or 'export/dump'?
> If you mean 'export', do you need anything besides SQL?
> If you mean 'backup', how do you want to restore from
> a client machine when there is no server running?
> And if you're on the server, why would you want to use Java?
> Laurenz Albe
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