Hi,

pg_dump is ignoring tables which created under information_schema schema for CREATE PUBLICATION .


postgres=# create database  test;
CREATE DATABASE
postgres=# \c test
You are now connected to database "test" as user "centos".
test=# create table information_schema.abc(n int);
CREATE TABLE
test=# create publication test for table information_schema.abc;
CREATE PUBLICATION
test=# select * from pg_publication_tables;
 pubname |     schemaname     | tablename
---------+--------------------+-----------
 test    | information_schema | abc
(1 row)

test=# \q
[centos@centos-cpula regress]$ pg_dump -Fp  test > /tmp/a.a
[centos@centos-cpula regress]$ cat /tmp/a.a|grep publication -i
-- Name: test; Type: PUBLICATION; Schema: -; Owner: centos
CREATE PUBLICATION test WITH (publish = 'insert, update, delete');
ALTER PUBLICATION test OWNER TO centos;
[centos@centos-cpula regress]$

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regards,tushar
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