Tag Archives | Postgres

Parse pg_dump Functions and Views Into Their Own Files (GreenPlum / Postgres)

Here’s what we wanted: Each function from our GreenPlum (aka Postgres) database scripted out into it’s own file. I think after much hacking I’ve got something working that only requires a small amount of manual intervention. For whatever reason PostgreSQL/GreenPlum doesn’t seem to have a┬ánative way to split objects into separate files. This functionality is […]

SQL Server T-SQL To GreenPlum PostgreSQL Syntax Cheat Sheet

Here’s a quick translation from SQL Server’s T-SQL to Pivotal’s MPP GreenPlum PostgreSQL for some of the most commonly used syntax (i.e. here’s the stuff I’ve tripped over while moving from SQL to GreenPlum/Postgres) .   SQL Server – TOP SELECT TOP 100 * FROM MyTable Corresponding PostgreSQL – LIMIT SELECT * FROM my_table LIMIT […]

GreenPlum MPP Tool Review: Navicat For Postgres

I’ve spent a few hours so far working with Navicat for Postgres connected to our GreenPlum MPP (Massively Parallel Processing Database). (pgAdmin continues to iritate me but it’ll be hard for a competitor to supplant the free incumbent). There is definitely some solid functionality here. Pros: Performance – The UI seems to be balzingly fast […]

SQL Server To GreenPlum MPP/Postgres Transition

I’m working with a team building a data warehouse using Pivotal’s GreenPlum MPP (Massively Parallel Processing)┬ádatabase which is based on PostgreSQL. Although, all the data modeling basics transition easily from RDBMS to RDBMS there’s a bit of a learning curve switching tools and syntax. Listed below are some of the items I’ve noted during the […]