* Ravi Krishna ( wrote:
> >> I am however very comfortable with using psql and PL/pgSQL and I am very
> >opinionated.
> >
> Nothing wrong with this approach and it may very well work 90% of the time.
> Until ... a day comes when
> you need to migrate out of PG to another RDBMS.  Good luck at that time.

Oh, don't worry, people do that.  What I particularly enjoy are the
stories (of which there are a number now...) where people moved away
from PG for some reason or another, then to another database, to
another, and another, and finally back to PG again, much the wiser for
it but also rather battle-worn. :)



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