I have worked with Oracle databases for about 6 years now. In that time I have come to love pl/sql. The tools to create and debug pl/sql are great. My question is why doesn't POSTGRESQL have anything to debug stored procs? And for those of you who have been around awhile dont tell me a text editor and output statements. This is slow and makes it very hard to debug anything but the most simple stored procs. I think POSTGRESQL would be so much better if there was a graphical debugger like Oralce, and even Firebird/interbase has. Anyone know anything about this? Has one been created or has this been discussed?
Yes, i know that lack of debugging , but you must do within, I advice a cool tool wich is made especially for stored procs , PosgreSQL Data Administrator (PDAdmin) http://gborg.postgresql.org/project/...hp?news_id=106 you'll not find an Oracle like debugging system , but it's better than nothing u can also try Pgadmin from the same site , better than ever if you're a programmer make a step forward and make a new one