As a note the link to the google group https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/pgcli says "This group either doesn't exist, or you don't have permission to access it. If you're sure this group exists, contact the Owner of the group and ask them to give you access." cheers!
Echoing this; that group is either invite-only or dead
Hi everyone !
I have a little problem with
pgcli, currently when I log with
psql on PostgreSQL, he ask my password, logic, but when I do the same thing with
pgcli, he logs me directly without any password, but, it's a problem because it's the same with "postgres" role.
So anyone who go on my pc if i'm away can do some shit >.<
Thank you in advance for your help !
VERSION="20.04 LTS (Focal Fossa)"
Hello, guys! I cloned the source to try and disable line wrapping when displaying query results, but I realized I could just edit variable pager in
Is it common for people to change their pager? Because I feel most people will never even realize there is such an option... My initial thought was to implement a toggle option in the menu like
[F5] Disable line wrapping, which would change the pager to
less -S or revert it back to whichever one was previously set. I'd like to hear your opinions.
SELECT *since at first I'm not sure which fields will be important, the default behavior of wrapping the lines makes it very confusing to read the output.
# \i part2.sql psql:part2.sql:70: ERROR: bigint out of range Temps : 1,536 ms
> \i part2.sql bigint out of range Time: 0.125s
If you work as a sql developer, and you really learned this tool and all the shortcuts, could this remove the need for an rdbms client like dbeaver/pgadmin?
I really appreciate this tool for making it 10x better to write SQL on the command line but the REPL style is not as intuitive to me as the Editor+Answer Pane for iterating on sql queries or building large scripts.
I find scrolling through history cumbersome even with Ctrl+r and \e
I am wondering if this is a learning curve? Are there people successfully using this as their main client for heavy lifting with SQL.- Or is that not the purpose of this project?
\ns get_friend_ids select id from (\n get_friends '$1')