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Re: books on PostgreSQL?

 If you're just getting started with relational databases in general 
then you should probably look into a standard SQL book. If you just 
want to take a peek has some sql pages that will help 
with the basics. Until you dig deeper most of the databases all 
function exactly the same. Obviously the other good source of 
information is the manual itself:


On Jan 8, 2008 6:12 PM, R. Luoma <[hidden email]> wrote: 
> It has been said that nobody does database work for fun. 
> Well, that may be largely true, but many of the gentle readers do maintain odd bits of hobby information in lists of various sorts. 
> Are there books, tutorials or the like of use for getting started with PostgreSQL? 
> I realize that this information may be buried in the ongoing discussion, but I would appreciate a repetition by one of the knowledgeable participants of this bit. 
> Thanks, 
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> R. Luoma 
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