Mammoth PostgreSQL Bolsters SSL Support

Monday Apr 28th 2003 by DatabaseJournal.com Staff
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Command Prompt Inc. has bolstered SSL support and added support for a slew of capabilities in Mammoth PostgreSQL, its commercially supported distribution of the open-source PostgreSQL database.

[From eWeek]

Command Prompt Inc. has bolstered SSL support and added support for a slew of capabilities in Mammoth PostgreSQL, its commercially supported distribution of the open-source PostgreSQL database.

New features in Mammoth PostgreSQL 7.3.2, standard and deluxe editions, include support for schemas and namespaces, enabling users to create objects in separate namespaces so that two people or applications can have tables with the same name. The product also features a public schema for shared tables.

Also included is support for table functions. Users now can call a table function in the SELECT FROM clause and treat its output like a table. PL/pgSQL functions can also now return data sets.

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