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Re: SQL query editor

From: Tim Finch <pgsql(at)timfinch(dot)cix(dot)co(dot)uk>
To: Dave Page <dpage(at)vale-housing(dot)co(dot)uk>
Cc: pgadmin-support(at)postgresql(dot)org, "G(dot) A(dot) Reina" <reina(at)nsi(dot)edu>
Subject: Re: SQL query editor
Date: 2002-04-03 08:47:44
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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.
>Regards, Dave.

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
>executing queries.
>reina(at)nsi(dot)edu <mailto:reina(at)nsi(dot)edu>
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