On Tue, Oct 18, 2011 at 1:41 AM, Michael <chainsawchihuahua(at)gmail(dot)com> wrote:
> Hi, everyone.
> I think I've discovered a bug with pgAdmin3: pgAdmin3 is showing four
> duplicate 'id' columns for one of my tables. The column named 'id'
> happens to be a primary key for the table. I have tried deleting and
> recreating both the individual table and the entire database, but
> neither solves the problem.
> Moreover, this doesn't seem to be a problem with postgres, because psql
> shows just the single 'id' column when I bring up details on the table.
> I asked first in IRC a few times and finally was encouraged to post to
> this mailing list.
> If you need more information regarding this bug, please let me know.
Can you post the DDL you used to create the table that shows up this way please?
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