PostgreSQL

Nisarg Upadhyay
Drop temp table: run stored procedure

Drop temp tables in PostgreSQL

March 22, 2022 by

In this article, we are going to learn how we can drop the temp table in PostgreSQL. The temp table is used to store data temporarily. Suppose you want to format or manipulate the data using aggregate and string functions. So instead of processing and formatting the data in the base table, it is preferred to populate data from the base table and store it in a temporary table. You can process and format the data stored in a temporary table. The syntax to create a temporary table and regular table are the same. You can add indexes, constraints, statistics to the temporary tables. In this article, we are going to learn the following topics:

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Nisarg Upadhyay
Data has been imported

Configure ODBC drivers for Azure Database for PostgreSQL

January 24, 2022 by

This article helps you learn how to configure an ODBC driver to connect the Azure Database for PostgreSQL. In my previous article, Configure ODBC drivers for PostgreSQL, you learned the step-by-step process to download, install and configure the ODBC driver for PostgreSQL. We also learned the process of creating a DSN used to connect PostgreSQL and populate data from it.

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Nisarg Upadhyay
General Page in New Linked Server

Configure a Linked Server between SQL Server and PostgreSQL using ODBC drivers

December 6, 2021 by

This article explains configuring a linked server between SQL Server 2019 and PostgreSQL. In my previous article named Configure ODBC drivers for PostgreSQL, we got introduced to the ODBC driver of PostgreSQL. We also learned how we could download, install, and configure it. In this article, we will explore how we can utilize the ODBC driver to access the data of the PostgreSQL from SQL Server 2019.

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Aveek Das
Extracting date parts from the timezone - date and time

Working with Date and Time Functions in PostgreSQL

November 26, 2021 by

Working with Date and Time calculations is an integral part of any Data Analytics solution. Be it financial data or any data related to sales, dates always play a pivotal role in analyzing the trends and hence draw a pattern out from them. Some of the most commonly used KPIs that involve date and time calculations are monthly sales, quarterly web traffic, year-over-year growth etc. These KPIs help businesses understand and gauge their performance and also aids in making decisions necessary for their development. In this article, we are going to explore some of the important Date and Time functions that can be used in PostgreSQL and how they can be implemented henceforth.

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Aveek Das
Installing the PostgreSQL management tool - PGAdmin

An overview of PGAdmin – PostgreSQL Management Tool

June 10, 2021 by

In this article, we are going to learn about PGAdmin, a PostgreSQL management tool. As you are aware SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) and the MySQL Workbench are the GUI management tools for SQL Server and MySQL respectively. Similarly, in order to manage the Postgres database and its services, PGAdmin is used. PGAdmin is a web-based GUI tool used to interact with the Postgres database sessions, both locally and remote servers as well. You can use PGAdmin to perform any sort of database administration required for a Postgres database.

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Aveek Das
Connecting to the PostgreSQL instance using PGAdmin4

Install and upgrade PostgreSQL to support Spatial Data

May 26, 2021 by

Spatial data deals with data related to geography. In this article, we are going to understand the various concepts related to geographic or spatial data and how PostgreSQL can be leveraged as a database to store such geographic information. As you might be already aware, PostgreSQL is a popular and widely used open-source relational database management system that can handle production workloads very easily. With the availability of the cloud, you can quickly spin up instances of Postgres on major public cloud providers like AWS, Azure, GCP, etc.

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