> I'm a bit late on this discussion, but I, for one, have liked
> some of the pgaccess info stored with the database. That way,
> no matter
> what machine I connect to the DB from, I get the same set of
> queries, and schema-documents.
Very much true.
A wiki page has been started on that topic - feel free to contribute to
the methods and their pros and cons, as well to the proposed final
> BTW, has the 'schema' tab been renamed yet? With actual schema
> in 7.3,
> that'll get confusing.
Not renamed yet.
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