At 07:21 30/03/2002 +0000, Dave Page wrote:
>No, it doesn't I'm afraid. It's possible that it could be modularised and
>seperated though, and it's a pretty good idea, so if I get a chance I'll
>look into it.
Is it worth us thinking sbout this in terms of the graphical editor we are
working on, Dave?
There is some sense possibly in the designer being both an addin and a
standalone EXE, that in standalone mode produces SQL strings on the
clipboard perhaps. If Tony is after an ability to 'restrict' whatusers can
do in the pgAdminII, then surely a better approach is to have security in
pgAdminII that states what operators of pgAdminII can do (you can create
Dbs, edit them, create SQL etc. etc.)...?
>_____________Original message ____________
>Subject: [pgadmin-support] SQL query editor
>Sender: "G. A. Reina" <reina(at)nsi(dot)edu>
>Date: Sat, 30 Mar 2002 07:17:48 +0000
>Does the SQL query editor on pgAdmin II come as a separate program? I'd
>like to have a way on MS Windows for my non-administrative users to
>perform SQL queries easily. I'm currently using Interactive PgSQL, but
>it doesn't seem to be supported any more and there are some bugs with
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