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good day toall..
imm running postgreSQL on linux.
my main goal is to create a script that will dump a data from our server too my local PC. the content of the script would be execute sql command in one shot:
1. dump data
2. update and insert some rows to selected table.

how can i accommplish this task and also how can i run this script? is there any one ccan help me. any idea will appreciate very much.

thanks.

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On Thursday 15 April 2004 09:22, vi*****@operamail.com wrote:
good day toall..
imm running postgreSQL on linux.
my main goal is to create a script that will dump a data from our server
too my local PC. the content of the script would be execute sql command
in one shot: 1. dump data
2. update and insert some rows to selected table.

how can i accommplish this task and also how can i run this script? is
there any one ccan help me. any idea will appreciate very much.


How are you connecting from client <=> server?
Do you just want a pg_dump style dump, a specific table/query?
Do you need to provide values for this update/insert, or is it fixed (updating
timestamps sort of thing).

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