heidisql does not work correctly with PostgreSQL
Its to much unusefull information: (pg_temp_1, pg_temp_2 .... pg_temp_100500)
How can I turn it OFF FOREVER?
Try this one:
Or, more exact:
For the command line question: you can pass some of the parameters per command line, but only the most important ones. See the help section for details. That filter setting cannot be passed via command line. But you could store a session under a name "mysess" and just pass the session name instead:
Ansgar, can you turn off "to show pg_temp" ?
For example, when I start heidisql by cmd:
heidisql.exe -h 192.168.0.1 -u postgres -p password -db mydb -P 5432 -l libpq-12.dll -n 8
I can not to turn off this.
I want to connect to different servers by start heidisql via cmd with connect parametres.
Or theare is some method to save ^pg(toast)?temp$ filter then I connect to many many different servers?
The code I wrote for parsing the command line should allow you to pass a basic session name via
-d=yoursession, which you can create in the session manager, with e.g. your database filter setting. Then, on the command line you can e.g. pass additional stuff like the ip address or the user name which may differ from the one in the session.
And yes, you can group object types in the database tree. See the help section for how that works.
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