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Figure 2-5 The PostgreSQL Initialise Database Cluster window
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accept network connections from all network interfaces on the Windows system Even with this check box checked, by default, PostgreSQL will not accept connections from external network clients You will see in 3 that there is an additional configuration item you need to make to allow remote clients to access your database The Locale parameter is where you configure the language used on the PostgreSQL system There are lots of values that this parameter can be set to If you select a nonEnglish Locale, you must have the national language support module selected in the Installation Options window shown earlier in Figure 2-3 You will notice that the default value of Locale is not set to a language Instead, it is set to the value C The C stands for the ISO C standard, which allows PostgreSQL to obtain the locale information from the host system Theoretically, this should not be a problem; however, some host systems do not follow the ISO C standards properly, thus creating a problem for PostgreSQL Fortunately for us, this is not a problem on Windows systems, so you can leave this default value alone The Encoding parameter determines how data is stored in the database This parameter depends on how the host system stores values The default value is SQL_ASCII for Windows systems This encoding stores data in standard ASCII format in the database While ASCII encoding works great for English characters, it is extremely limited for many other language character sets
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Windows uses Unicode encoding to support multinational language sets Unfortunately this encoding was not available in PostgreSQL version 80, thus the default of SQL_ASCII However, PostgreSQL 81 does support Unicode encoding, although it calls it by the name UTF8 For full support of any character set, you should choose the UTF8 encoding scheme for your database The last parameter to configure is Superuser Name, which is the superuser account for the PostgreSQL system This account has full access to all of the system tables and features in PostgreSQL Note that this account is not related to the Windows account used to start PostgreSQL It just so happens that the default superuser name used in the installation is the same name as the default Windows account used Unlike some other database systems, PostgreSQL does not automatically use a standard user account and password for the superuser Even if you use the standard postgres account, you must come up with your own password for it Please do not lose the password you select for this step If you do, you won t be able to log in and use your PostgreSQL system When you have completed the Initialise Database Cluster window, click Next for the next set of configuration parameters
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One of the features of PostgreSQL is the ability to write database stored procedures, triggers, and functions in a variety of languages The Enable Procedural Languages window, shown in Figure 2-6, allows you to define which procedural languages you want to use in your system
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Figure 2-6 The PostgreSQL Enable Procedural Languages window
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Table 2-2 Finding Alternative PostgreSQL Procedural Languages
As you can see from Figure 2-6, you have a few different choices of what programming languages to use within your PostgreSQL system However, you may also notice that most of the choices are grayed out and not available By default, PostgreSQL supports only its own pgsql procedural language If you have the Sun Java runtime installed on your system, and its location is specified in the Windows PATH environment variable, PostgreSQL will also allow you to select PL/Java as a procedural language The other procedural languages require you to install additional third-party software packages If you are familiar with the Unix world, you may have heard about the other procedural language options available in PostgreSQL The Perl, Python, and Tcl languages are popular Unix scripting languages that are supported by most Unix and Linux platforms Unfortunately, Windows does not support these languages without additional software There are both commercial and free Windows versions of these scripting languages Table 2-2 lists as an example one of several web addresses where a Windows version of each language package can be found In order to have these procedural language options available, you must install the appropriate package before starting the PostgreSQL installation If the procedural language is installed, PostgreSQL will allow you to select the language to install in the PostgreSQL system Remember, you can always rerun the PostgreSQL installer program again after the initial installation to install just these additional components
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