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    Smile How do I print within PSQL Datase Manager


    Using PSQL Database Manager, how do I print the results of a Select statement?
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    What is that "PSQL Database Manager"? And what exactly do you mean with "print"? Actual physical printout to e.g. a Laserprinter?
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    Red face Psql Dbmanager


    Originally Posted by shammat
    What is that "PSQL Database Manager"? And what exactly do you mean with "print"? Actual physical printout to e.g. a Laserprinter?
    ALSO CALLED PSQL MANAGER. Today, i found out that I could save results of SQL EXE. by going to FILE tab, then click on SAVE RESULTS button. i WAS SUPPOSE TO BE ABLE TO SAVE RESULT IN A .txt FORMAT BUT i tried this today and this did not happen.

    still need a solution.....
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    ALSO CALLED PSQL MANAGER. Today, i found out that I could save results of SQL EXE.
    Sorry I have no idea what that is. You should check the manual that comes with that application.
    I will not read nor answer questions where the SQL code is messy and not formatted properly using [code] tags.
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