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[ledgersmb-users] Re: Fwd: Dropping unwanted databases
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[ledgersmb-users] Re: Fwd: Dropping unwanted databases

I know of phppgadmin that will provide a web based administration, and there may also be pgAdmin.
What I would dearly like to do is use a "play" database to set up and refine the chart of accounts and then dump that CoA and import it into a live database as well as a training database.

I am also unable to use the bug-report.yml template despite being logged into Github. When I hover over the input fields I get a "No Entry" icon
I've looked under the hood at the database structure and I am impressed and a little diffident about venturing too far though doing select * on the various account tables look to be the bulk of what I might need.

On Fri, 1 Dec 2023 at 08:20, Erik Huelsmann <..hidden..> wrote:
Hi Howard,

In the process of setting up LedgerSMB and training users to the system I have created some, now, unwanted databases.
Is there a way to drop these waifs with lamb_dbadmin or do I have to resort to postgres?

Personally I use the "dropdb" command with the postgres user, yes. From the web interface, there's no such functionality.



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