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Here is an example using pg_depend, a postgres catalog:

select classid::regclass as "depender object class" , case classid when 'pg_class'::regclass then objid::regclass::text when 'pg_type'::regclass then objid::regtype::text when 'pg_proc'::regclass then objid::regprocedure::text else objid::text end as "depender object identity" , objsubid , refclassid::regclass as "referenced object class" , case refclassid when 'pg_class'::regclass then refobjid::regclass::text when 'pg_type'::regclass then refobjid::regtype::text when 'pg_proc'::regclass then refobjid::regprocedure::text else refobjid::text end as "referenced object identity" , refobjsubid , case deptype when 'p' then 'pinned' when 'i' then 'internal' when 'a' then 'automatic' when 'n' then 'normal' end as "dependency type" from pg_catalog.pg_depend -- exclude dependencies on system objects: where objid >= 16384 or refobjid >= 16384 ;

That code comes from the postgresql wiki, but see also the pg_depend page, and for catalog stuff generally, internals (includes dictionary tables).

In reply to Re: DBI:to sort tables according to their dependencies by erix
in thread DBI:to sort tables according to their dependencies by ansh batra

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