On 18 August 2010 04:39, STA <iamthepants(at)gmail(dot)com> wrote:
> Is there a way to bring up a list of user defined types either as a
> query or in the pgAdmin UI?
> The reason I'm asking is that I've created several types in order to
> return SETOF [mytype] in functions, and it would be handy to be able
> to view all these custom types in one place. Does such a node exist
> somewhere in the pgAdmin object browser? I see the Type displayed in
> the dependencies tab in the function properties; it would be nice if
> you could double-click that type and see the original CREATE TYPE
If you're using PgAdmin, you can enable the display of user types by
going to: File > Options > Display (tab) > then ticking "Types".
In psql you can use \dT or \dT+
They will also be listed in pg_catalog.pg_type table.
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