> I have imported dBASEIV tables into Postgresql. I exported the
> from dBASEIV as delimited text files and then copied in Postgresql.
> some table I needed to drop a field that was to become sequence in
> Postgresql. Using gawk script I removed the column, converted the
> records into sql insert query and let Postgresql assign sequential
> numbers. Used gawk script once again. Now all new records get
> automatically. If you are interested, I could send to you gawk and
> scripts that I used .
Us folks in the PostgreSQL community would really, really appreciate it
if you put together all of the above as a text or HTML document, and
then submitted it to:
Know-how like yours is exactly what we need on the site!
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