This is my opportunity to say that I do use the graphical query builder.
It would be great if it could be brought into line with (subsume the
code for) DBUML, the ArgoUML class diagramming software for databases (http://sourceforge.net/projects/dbuml/
Seeing the relationships between tables and the tables themselves is a
I wish I could offer to do this myself, but my C/C++ coding skills
simply aren't anywhere near good enough.
In any case, pgAdmin is one of the wonders of the world (along with
On Mar 14, 2010, at 9:49 PM, Guillaume Lelarge wrote:
> The pgAdmin Development Team is pleased to announce the release of
> pgAdmin 1.10.2, the Open Source graphical PostgreSQL administration
> for Windows, Linux, FreeBSD, Mac OS X and Solaris, now available for
> download in source and a variety of binary formats from:
> v1.10.2 is primarily a bug fix release, including the following
> * Correctly save the position of a window.
> * Fix the reverse engineering of a function with default parameters.
> * Fix the favorites' saving function.
> * Fix a query error when changing a parameter for a database, role/
> and a function.
> * Fix the display of a type with a specific typmod.
> * Correctly select the server choosen with the /s command-line
> * Fix the call to the Slony-I 2.0 storenode function.
> * Fix display of the date/time chooser.
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