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  • Title PostgreSQL: An Introduction
  • Author(s) Wikipedia Contributors
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The purpose of this book is an introduction to the PostgreSQL specific aspects: its architecture, installing procedure, maintenance and optimization tasks. Thus it is primarily aimed to database administrators. But it is only a starting point in these objectives and many topics are omitted. For a complete treatment we recommend to get through professional training courses offered by many consulting companies.

The SQL interface is out of the scope of the Wikibook on hand. If you are interested in this specific topic, you may want to refer to the Structured Query Language (WikiBooks), which describes the SQL standard independent from any RDBMS implementation. It's a good starting point for PostgreSQL as its implementation of SQL is very close to the standard.

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