On Wed, Jun 1, 2011 at 6:06 AM, Guillaume Lelarge
> On Wed, 2011-06-01 at 01:05 +0200, Jasmin Dizdarevic wrote:
>> To better get into the code I've decided to implement a feature from
>> the todo list: "Ability to search a database for objects with a
>> specific name"
>> Now I have a first result, which I like to discuss with you.
>> 1. The search is done with this query
>> select * from (
>> select 'TABLE' as type, table_name as objectname, table_schema as path
>> from information_schema.views
>> select 'VIEW' as type, table_name, table_schema from
>> select 'COLUMN', column_name, table_schema ||'.'||table_name from
>> select 'TRIGGER', trigger_name, event_object_schema||'.'||
>> event_object_table from information_schema.triggers
>> select 'FUNCTION', routine_name, specific_schema from
>> select 'SCHEMA', schema_name, '' from information_schema.schemata
>> select 'SEQUENCE', sequence_name, sequence_schema from
>> select 'FSERVER', foreign_server_name, '' from
>> select 'FDW', foreign_data_wrapper_name, '' from
>> ) i
>> where lower(objectname) like '%PATTERN%'
>> order by 1,2
> You miss quite a lot of objects.
Further, we have a general policy of not using information_schema in
pgAdmin, as users may drop it if they don't need it.
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