Linked by Eugenia Loli on Tue 11th Apr 2006 05:58 UTC
Databases The BSD family of operating systems isn't the only BSD licensed software whose roots originate from the University of California at Berkeley. While many are familiar with Berkeley's contributions to Unix, fewer are aware of the role it played in the formation of modern database systems. The PostgreSQL project has transformed that codebase into a database that is known for its rock-solid stabiity and advanced features. In this interview, Josh Berkus provides some insights into PostgreSQL from his perspective as a core developer.
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GUI admin tools for Postgresql
by snorkel on Tue 11th Apr 2006 16:48 UTC
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A lot of people don't know it, but there are alternatives to the GUI admin tool that ships with Postgresql win32.
The bundled PG Admin III has lots of problems on windows including windows that seemingly resize themselves and a very poor function editor.

For a better one see:
it's designed specificly for win32 using Borland Delphi 2006.

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