Should be no problem, a lot of systems work like this. Also see
pgpool which can be used to minimize the overhead of opening and
On May 31, 2006, at 11:36 AM, Bali László wrote:
> I wanna make a web-based program.
> The program stores the datas in a PG database. A lot of user can
> be, and
> the filling of data web forms could take 30 sec -1 min.
> My idea is to handle the connection between the C program and the
> database: using only ONE PGuser, and at the beginig of data inserting
> process I make the connection and at the end of insertion I close the
> connection, always.
> What do you think? It is working? Can the PG handle the always
> opening-closing situation, and a lot of transactions in one period
> the name of one user ?
John DeSoi, Ph.D.
Power Tools for PostgreSQL
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