The current dev code is being designed primarily for 7.3, hence the schemas you see. To support older versions of PostgreSQL, a dummy schema called 'public' is used. You should find all the missing objects under there (languages are the only objects that are not in schemas).
I don't think there are any more major changes to pgSchema to make at the moment (since my commit at around 1630BST today), so you should be OK to update from cvs and go for it.
We'd appreciate any patches you may care to send our way :-)
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Subject: [pgadmin-hackers] Trying to add features to pgMigration
Sender: "John McCawley" <jmccawley(at)worleyco(dot)com>
Date: Tue, 11 Jun 2002 19:39:53 +0000
I wanted to add 2 features to pgMigration:
1) Add a checkbox to allow dropping of tables on destination Postgres DB
that match the table name you are trying to import
2) Add functionality to convert MS SQL Server autonumbers to PG Serial
I am running PostgreSQL 7.1.3, and using the 7.2.1 ODBC driver.
I have followed the instructures at
When I run the new binaries, I can connect to my database, but none of
the tables show up, just languages and schemas.
I do not have this problem with the 1.2.0 pgAdmin release.
While I still have this problem I am hesitant to begin coding on the new
Is this problem client side, or should I upgrade to Postgres 7.2?
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