Triggers can be useful to fire off updates or cascading changes at times, but there’s cases where you may want to explicitly opt out of them running. Here’s your guide on how, and more on when this may be useful.
If you’ve had your data for some time in Postgres it’s probably nicely normalized in tables, but what if you want to get it into the new JSON datatype for flexibility? Here’s you’re guide on going from columns to JSON.
OK, Postgres 9.5 hasn’t landed yet, but patches ready for 9.6 are already landing. While it’s a relatively minor usability improvement, for viewing details around views and editing them, this should prove handy.
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