On Fri, 2004-09-10 at 15:34, Salerno, Vincent wrote:
> In Oracle you can log on using OS authentication & then:
> ALTER SESSION SET CURRENT_SCHEMA= <schema name>;
> Is there anyway to do this in PostGres?
The equivalent is
SET SEARCH_PATH TO <schema name>[,<other schema>]...;
You can use ALTER DATABASE SET SEARCH_PATH... to make this a permanent
change for everyone.
The default path is $user, public
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