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> Now that my poor old MySQL has been publicly trashed to smithereens I'm
> ready to learn PostgreSQL. Unfortunately, there isn't a whole lot on
> their website (just a book in progress) and no published books that I
> know of. So is there a good general purpose SQL primer that I should
> read? The last time I did any serious database building was when DB-IV
> was fresh on the market, so using what I've learned from MySQL may not
> be a good idea.

Hi Randall -

   The "doc" package that comes with the PGSQL download is actually
very solid.  There's a guy at CalTech that puts a lot of effort onto
those manuals.

   For a generic SQL book, I like The Practical SQL Handbook:


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