Part VIII. Appendixes

Table of Contents

A. Postgres Pro Error Codes
B. Date/Time Support
B.1. Date/Time Input Interpretation
B.2. Handling of Invalid or Ambiguous Timestamps
B.3. Date/Time Key Words
B.4. Date/Time Configuration Files
B.5. POSIX Time Zone Specifications
B.6. History of Units
B.7. Julian Dates
C. SQL Key Words
D. SQL Conformance
D.1. Supported Features
D.2. Unsupported Features
D.3. XML Limits and Conformance to SQL/XML
E. Release Notes
E.1. Postgres Pro Standard 16.2.2
E.2. Postgres Pro Standard 16.2.1
E.3. Postgres Pro Standard 16.1.1
E.4. Postgres Pro Standard 16.0.1
E.5. Release 16.2
E.6. Release 16.1
E.7. Release 16
E.8. Prior Releases
F. Additional Supplied Modules and Extensions
F.1. adminpack — pgAdmin support toolpack
F.2. amcheck — tools to verify table and index consistency
F.3. aqo — cost-based query optimization
F.4. auth_delay — pause on authentication failure
F.5. auto_explain — log execution plans of slow queries
F.6. basebackup_to_shell — example "shell" pg_basebackup module
F.7. basic_archive — an example WAL archive module
F.8. bloom — bloom filter index access method
F.9. btree_gin — GIN operator classes with B-tree behavior
F.10. btree_gist — GiST operator classes with B-tree behavior
F.11. citext — a case-insensitive character string type
F.12. cube — a multi-dimensional cube data type
F.13. dblink — connect to other Postgres Pro databases
F.14. dict_int — example full-text search dictionary for integers
F.15. dict_xsyn — example synonym full-text search dictionary
F.16. dump_stat — functions to backup and recover the pg_statistic table
F.17. earthdistance — calculate great-circle distances
F.18. fasttrun — a transaction unsafe function to truncate temporary tables
F.19. file_fdw — access data files in the server's file system
F.20. fulleq — an additional equivalence operator for compatibility with Microsoft SQL Server
F.21. fuzzystrmatch — determine string similarities and distance
F.22. hstore — hstore key/value datatype
F.23. Hunspell Dictionaries Modules
F.24. intagg — integer aggregator and enumerator
F.25. intarray — manipulate arrays of integers
F.26. isn — data types for international standard numbers (ISBN, EAN, UPC, etc.)
F.27. jsquery — a language to query jsonb data type
F.28. lo — manage large objects
F.29. ltree — hierarchical tree-like data type
F.30. mchar — additional data types for compatibility with Microsoft SQL Server
F.31. online_analyze — update statistics after INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE, or SELECT INTO operations
F.32. old_snapshot — inspect old_snapshot_threshold state
F.33. pageinspect — low-level inspection of database pages
F.34. passwordcheck — verify password strength
F.35. pg_buffercache — inspect Postgres Pro buffer cache state
F.36. pgcrypto — cryptographic functions
F.37. pg_freespacemap — examine the free space map
F.38. pg_pathman — an optimized partitioning solution for large and distributed databases
F.39. pg_proaudit — enables detailed logging of various security events
F.40. pgpro_pwr — workload reports
F.41. pg_prewarm — preload relation data into buffer caches
F.42. pgpro_stats — a means for tracking planning and execution statistics of all SQL statements executed by a server
F.43. pg_query_state — a facility to know the current state of query execution on working backend
F.44. pgrowlocks — show a table's row locking information
F.45. pg_stat_statements — track statistics of SQL planning and execution
F.46. pgstattuple — obtain tuple-level statistics
F.47. pg_surgery — perform low-level surgery on relation data
F.48. pg_trgm — support for similarity of text using trigram matching
F.49. pg_tsparser — an extension for text search
F.50. pg_variables — functions for working with variables of various types
F.51. pg_visibility — visibility map information and utilities
F.52. pg_wait_sampling — collecting sampling-based statistics on wait events
F.53. pg_walinspect — low-level WAL inspection
F.54. plantuner — hints for the planner to disable or enable indexes for query execution
F.55. postgres_fdw — access data stored in external Postgres Pro servers
F.56. ptrack — a block-level incremental backup engine for Postgres Pro
F.57. rum — an access method to work with the RUM indexes
F.58. seg — a datatype for line segments or floating point intervals
F.59. sepgsql — SELinux-, label-based mandatory access control (MAC) security module
F.60. shared_ispell — a shared ispell dictionary
F.61. spi — Server Programming Interface features/examples
F.62. sslinfo — obtain client SSL information
F.63. tablefunc — functions that return tables (crosstab and others)
F.64. tcn — a trigger function to notify listeners of changes to table content
F.65. test_decoding — SQL-based test/example module for WAL logical decoding
F.66. tsm_system_rows — the SYSTEM_ROWS sampling method for TABLESAMPLE
F.67. tsm_system_time — the SYSTEM_TIME sampling method for TABLESAMPLE
F.68. unaccent — a text search dictionary which removes diacritics
F.69. uuid-ossp — a UUID generator
F.70. xml2 — XPath querying and XSLT functionality
G. Additional Supplied Programs
G.1. Client Applications
G.2. Server Applications
H. External Projects
H.1. Client Interfaces
H.2. Administration Tools
H.3. Procedural Languages
H.4. Extensions
I. Configuring Postgres Pro for 1C Solutions
J. Postgres Pro Limits
K. Demo Database Airlines
K.1. Installation
K.2. Schema Diagram
K.3. Schema Description
K.4. Schema Objects
K.5. Usage
L. Acronyms
M. Glossary
N. Color Support
N.1. When Color is Used
N.2. Configuring the Colors
O. Obsolete or Renamed Features
O.1. recovery.conf file merged into postgresql.conf
O.2. Default Roles Renamed to Predefined Roles
O.3. pg_xlogdump renamed to pg_waldump
O.4. pg_resetxlog renamed to pg_resetwal
O.5. pg_receivexlog renamed to pg_receivewal