Thanx for the reply. Thats wat i am doing. The problem was i didnt
wait for all the replies.
I have two doubts.
1) When a table is created in the database, in
wat file does pg store the data. Also where are the index files
2) In asynchronous queries, can i dispense with pqflush(). If i can, what
are all the cases where i can do so. On average my queries will be 8k
thanx in advance.
On Wed, 25 Sep 2002, Tom Lane wrote:
> HK <harikrishnan(at)midascomm(dot)com> writes:
> > I am using postgresql from a c application with asyncronous Query
> > processing. Since only 1 query can be executed at a time, i am using a
> > buffering mechanism to store the other queries generated at that time. Is
> > there any way i can execute all the statements in the buffer with a single
> > query.
> You can ship 'em all in a single PQsendQuery string, and wait for the
> successive results to come back. Not sure if that's what you had in
> regards, tom lane
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