|Subject:||Re: Getting PSPP compiled version with PostgreSQL support|
|Date:||Sat, 19 Mar 2016 22:20:36 +0100|
Maybe we're straying a bit from the topic at hand... Should we fix the Windows build to support PSQL?
My point is that I don't see much use, but clearly Philip Curran sees a use. And John's answer seems pretty emphatically in favor of the feature. So, if it's missing from the Windows version, that sounds like a problem.
On 3/19/2016 3:23 PM, Harry Thijssen wrote:
You could do that with a single select statement (albeit a complicated one).
You would need to use an inner join and an additional where clause.
I would recommend creating a view and the join in the view.
For big data and realtime data the use of a database looks a good idea to me.
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