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Re: ERROR: relation . . . does not exist

From: "Albretch Mueller" <lbrtchx(at)gmail(dot)com>
To: pgsql-general(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: ERROR: relation . . . does not exist
Date: 2008-08-30 17:33:24
Message-ID: 9ef66fac0808301033v2b5a7ed7uac4207c73ab2e32c@mail.gmail.com (view raw or flat)
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> spreadsheet programs (generally; I'm sure there are exceptions) don't have the notion of a schema; each cell can hold its own particular type.
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 Oh, now I see what Martin meant!
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> that's not a traditional part of a database engine.
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 well, yeah! I would totally agree with you, but since I doubt very
much "COPY FROM CSV" is part of the SQL standard to beging with, why
not spice it up a little more?
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> This is probably one of those classic "twenty lines of Perl" problems.
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 java since 1.5 comes with a full blown, PERL-like regexp engine
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> I suggest looking at: http://pgloader.projects.postgresql.org/
> [1] A validator (regex) for each data type . . .
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 that sort of things was what i was talking about, but I would go
quite a bit farther
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 Thanks
 lbrtchx

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