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by Thomas Lockhart

  • ISBN: 0595149170
  • Category: Technology
  • Author: Thomas Lockhart
  • Subcategory: Databases & Big Data
  • Other formats: lrf lit txt rtf
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Iuniverse Inc (December 1, 2000)
  • Pages: 520 pages
  • FB2 size: 1403 kb
  • EPUB size: 1521 kb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 547
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PostgreSQL Programmer’s Guide by The PostgreSQL Development Team. Programmer’s Guide Advanced information for application programmers. Topics include type and function extensibility, library interfaces, and application design issues.

PostgreSQL Programmer’s Guide by The PostgreSQL Development Team. List of supported machines. Developer’s Guide Information for Postgres developers.

Currently included in the Programmer’s Guide. Reference Manual Detailed reference information on command syntax. Currently included in the User’s Guide

Currently included in the Programmer’s Guide. Currently included in the User’s Guide.

Postgresql Programmer's Guide Paperback – December 1, 2000. by Thomas Lockhart (Author). I haven't actually seen the book (nor spoken to the publisher), but can guess that it contains the documentation I (and others) had written while participating in PostgreSQL development. I'm glad that someone has found the book to be useful, but wish that whoever published this as a hardcopy had taken the time to prepare an index (if in fact one is not present) and to organize the information in a more pleasing way.

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List of supported machines. This is intended for those who are contributing to the Postgres project; application development information should appear in the Programmer’s Guide. Currently included in the Programmer’s Guide.

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PostgreSQL User’s Guide. The PostgreSQL Development Team. Advanced information for application programmers. PostgreSQL User’s Guide by The PostgreSQL Development Team.

PostgreSQL . Administrator’s Guide by The PostgreSQL Global . Its detailed description may be found in most (if not all) books about transaction processing.

Programmer’s Guide Advanced information for application programmers. Topics include type and function. extensibility, library interfaces, and application design issues. Briefly, WAL’s central concept is that changes to data files (where tables and indices reside) must be written only after those changes have been logged - that is, when log records have been flushed to permanent storage.

Postgres, developed originally in the UC Berkeley Computer Science Department, pioneered many of the object-relational concepts now becoming available in some commercial databases. It provides SQL92/SQL3 language support, transaction integrity, and type extensibility. PostgreSQL is an open-source descendant of this original Berkeley code.

PostgreSQL Programmer's Guide describes version 7.0 of Postgres.

Chapters include: * Extending SQL * The Postgres Rule System * Interfacing Extensions To Indices * Linking Dynamically-Loaded Functions * Triggers * Server Programming Interface *Large Objects * libpq-C Library * libpq-C++ Binding Library * pgtcl-TCL Binding Library * ODBC Interface * JDBC Interface * Lisp Programming Interface * Overview of PostgreSQL Internals * Frontend/Backend Protocol * Postgres Signals * gcc Default Optimizations


Reviews about Postgresql Programmer's Guide (2):
Diredefender
You can tell this was written by back-end guys because the UI is terrible.
I am not sure what was used to write this book (I think DocBook) but it doesn't much take into account that humans will be reading it.
Glaringly absent is an index. Also the table of contents was polluted by giving seven lines for each function in the API list. Not to mention the API is in the middle of the book and visually confusing.
How did this book earn 3 stars from me? It does in fact contain content useful to anyone who wants to seriously hack on postgresql.
Erennge
I haven't actually seen the book (nor spoken to the publisher), but can guess that it contains the documentation I (and others) had written while participating in PostgreSQL development.
I'm glad that someone has found the book to be useful, but wish that whoever published this as a hardcopy had taken the time to prepare an index (if in fact one is not present) and to organize the information in a more pleasing way.
My star rating is based solely on the other reviewer's evaluation.

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