> > (1) Is there a way to tell what plplsql stored procedures/functions
> are in
> > a Postgres database?
> > (2) Is it possible to extract the content of the stored procedure
> from the
> > database?
in PSQL will give you a list of functions.
Or you can use PGAccess to browse your functions, or EMS HiTechs DB
Manager, or even TOra, if you're used to that interface.
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