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Hi all,

I am new here and also new for using psql, I hope I joined the correct
google group to ask question ;-)
Here we go~

I create one table:

CREATE TABLE positions (
id serial NOT NULL,
name integer
)

Then I type:

\d++

then it shows:

public | positions | table | database1 |
public | positions_id_seq | sequence | database1 |

MY Question is:
which command in psql will only give me output:
public | positions | table | database1 |

Because I don't want :
public | positions_id_seq | sequence | database1 |

Thanks~

Dec 9 '05 #1
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Nina wrote:
Hi all,

I am new here and also new for using psql, I hope I joined the correct
google group to ask question ;-)
Here we go~

I create one table:

CREATE TABLE positions (
id serial NOT NULL,
name integer
)

Then I type:

\d++

then it shows:

public | positions | table | database1 |
public | positions_id_seq | sequence | database1 |

MY Question is:
which command in psql will only give me output:
public | positions | table | database1 |

Because I don't want :
public | positions_id_seq | sequence | database1 |

Thanks~


Wrong forum. This is a Microsoft SQL Server group.

--
David Portas
SQL Server MVP
--

Dec 9 '05 #2

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David Portas wrote:
Nina wrote:
Hi all,

I am new here and also new for using psql, I hope I joined the correct
google group to ask question ;-)
Here we go~

I create one table:

CREATE TABLE positions (
id serial NOT NULL,
name integer
)

Then I type:

\d++

then it shows:

public | positions | table | database1 |
public | positions_id_seq | sequence | database1 |

MY Question is:
which command in psql will only give me output:
public | positions | table | database1 |

Because I don't want :
public | positions_id_seq | sequence | database1 |

Thanks~
Wrong forum. This is a Microsoft SQL Server group.


Oh, no! Really!

Anyway, Thanks David.

--
David Portas
SQL Server MVP
--


Dec 9 '05 #3

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