Add CI Type for Postgres Schema under Database Schema

Idea ID 2695195

Add CI Type for Postgres Schema under Database Schema

There are schema CI Types for:  DB2, IMS, MSSQL, MySQL, Oracle and SAP ASE, but none for Postgres.

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Hello  Keith,  Bill  , just a question

I know this is just a question of Definition and a question of what to achieve.:

as example the OBM  database :   there is the   postgres-Server , which gets discovered  as ci-type database   ( by the postgres Management pack  )   , the Name will be   postgres#5433 . ( as the postgres Server owns  users tablespaces and  listens on the ports  , I feel this is somehow  ok ).

within the sever you have databases   such as  rtsm  ,  and those  will have Schemas.

Do you plan to define  "rtsm"  as ci -type database  with  schema "public" .
or  "postgres#5433" as ci-type database  an define  "rtsm"  as  kind of schema ?

or do we Need to define a  third Level ? 

 I am pretty sure my database admins would like to see  "rtsm"   on the Screen somehow



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