In this post, we will see how to generate different sql scripts using our pom.xml from maven project with a little help from hibernate.
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When using PostgreSQL‘s psql command-line tool to interact with a PostgreSQL database via operator interaction or script, it is not uncommon to want to set psql variables based on the results of a particular query. While PostgreSQL’s procedural language PL/pgSQL supports approaches such as SELECT INTO and assignment (:=) to set PL/pgSQL variables based on a query result, these approaches are not supported for psql variable assignment.
The typical way to make a psql variable assignment is via use of
\set. This allows for the setting of the psql variable to a literal value. However, there are situations in which it is desirable to set the psql variable based upon the result of a query. This is done with the
\gset option in psql. Unlike the
\set operation in psql which sets a variable with an explicitly specified name to an explicitly specified literal value,
\gset implicitly names the psql variables after the names of the columns (or aliases if columns are aliased) returned by the query to which the
\gset is associated. The
\gset is specified after the query (no semicolon generally on the query) and there is no semicolon after the
\gset statement (just as no semicolon should be placed after a
It is easier to see how
\gset works with a code sample. The next code listing shows a small psql file that takes advantage of
\gset to set a psql variable named “name” whose value that was set by the query is displayed using psql’s colon prefix notation to “echo” its value.
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(Note: I’ve passed this information to the PL/Java team so it may already be handled by the time you read this.)
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