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Statistics on database structure changes

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I need to collect some information on changes in database structure for
further analysis. I'm interested in the following information:
- new and dropped tables and views;
- new and dropped table columns;
- new and dropped primary and foreign keys;
- timestamp of such a change;
- affected table and probably columns for every change.

Are there any other "native" ways to do this (to export certain
successfully(!) finished queries) without parsing PostgreSQL's log
on-the-fly or modification of the backend source?

Thank you.
Sincerely yours,
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Nov 12 '05 #1
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