From: Joshua Kramer <josh(at)globalherald(dot)net>
To: filipe paiva <fmfpaiva(at)hotmail(dot)com>
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Date: 2007-05-23 14:35:35
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> I already found that it's possible to store passwords in the file pgpass.conf
> in the %APPDATA% directory. But that file isn't stored in that location. In
> fact it doesn't exist in my disk. I already checked the "Store password"


You need to create that file yourself. Using the format you found in the
documentation, you can put your login information in the .pgpass file in
the user's home directory, or under windows it's under
"%APPDATA%\postgresql\pgpass.conf (where %APPDATA% refers to the
Application Data subdirectory in the user's profile)." [1]

Hope that helps!



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