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In most cases clients will use the database/sql package instead of using this package directly. Similarly to libpq, when establishing a connection using pq you are expected to supply a connection string containing zero or more parameters. A subset of the connection parameters supported by libpq are also supported by pq. Additionally, pq also lets you specify run-time parameters (such as search_path or work_mem) directly in the connection string. This is different from libpq, which does not allow run-time parameters in the connection string, instead requiring you to supply them in the options parameter. database/sql does not dictate any specific format for parameter markers in query strings, and pq uses the Postgres-native ordinal markers. For additional instructions on querying see the documentation for the database/sql package.
- You can connect to a database using a URL
- Use single quotes for values that contain whitespace
- Handles bad connections for database/sql
- Scan binary blobs correctly (i.e. bytea)
- pq.ParseURL for converting urls to connection strings for sql.Open
- Many libpq compatible environment variables
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