I am working on a product that uses a database for some elementary permanent
storage. Currently we are using Firebird.
I have been asked to evaluate the product against Postgres, but I have
limited time to do so.
Is there an easy way to get started so I can quickly install Postgress and
load my schema?
Loaded message here - One of the reasons that I choose Firebird was that it
was very, very, very easy to use. I am not having the same experience with
Postgres. Any pointers as to how to get it set up enough to load imy schema
would not only be appreciated, but would be a point in Postgres's favor.
- Re: Help at 2005-08-23 13:48:58 from Stephan Szabo
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