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Postgres Forms, also known as pfm, is a PostgreSQL client application that enables the user to design forms for administering tables.
One of its key features is the possibility to define links between related tables. This handy feature makes it very easy to navigate within a database.







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Postgres Forms gives database administrators full control over the administration of database tables, and administrators will appreciate the many customizable features in this version. Postgres Forms helps to verify data integrity, optimize queries, speed up access to records, and more. When a database administrator and a data administrator are collaborating, it’s only natural that they’d enjoy using Postgres Forms.

This Freeform is my (as web site owner, and/or backend developer) preferred choice to a simple SQL editor like SQLiteStudio – both in terms of flexibility, and ease-of-use.

The form editor allows you to make almost any tables, views, add and edit fields, make relationships between tables, and many more features. You may download the latest version from the FreeForm website.

Sure you can do that as well, but why would you? Why not use this instead?

You might think that joining tables is the most common use of forms. We would have something like this:

No, this is too complex for most users. There are too many parameters (such as the ID of the first table, the value, etc.) and there is no need for users to write this logic (the database will do the job just as well). It would be easier to just write SQL.

This would be much more useful with «connectors» such as Freeform.

This would be very useful.

Indeed, it can be viewed as a connector for its own purposes.

In my view, the possibilities for forms are limited, but with decent documentation, it can prove a very useful tool.

– it only serves to split the database into multiple tables, and is thus a terrible product.

Rather it is to provide «relationships» between tables in a database. Database administrators should not be using a «form» to add such relationships — they should use a proper table relationship in the database.


Postgres Forms is not the way to do this.

Users should not be using it for this purpose.

Postgres Forms.

If you really use this to split tables, I suggest you make your own connectors.

@Jonny- my point is that my database model is a single table – this is not correct. As I said before, I do not have a table per user – but that is part of my use case.

You could use the unique key as the «table per user

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There is nothing better than a picture when it comes to explaining how to use an application.

Visit the pfm projects page to read the latest version or download a pre-built version.
A lot of new features has been added since the last time I updated this tutorial, so be sure to visit the github page and check the latest changes.

In the next section we will implement the links feature in our sample database: pfm

PostgreSQL Links

If you have been working with a relational database, you know there is no unique naming convention for database tables.

For the tables that will be created and referenced later in this tutorial, I will use the following naming convention:

The left part will be the name of the database and the right part will be the name of the table.

This naming convention will allow us to have several tables that are related to each other, and we will be using links to navigate between them.

Links can be useful when you need to have similar tables on different screens.
For example, we could have an Order screen with various OrderItems. Each OrderItem is related to its order, so navigating from one order to one order item needs to be a simple click.

With the links feature, you can easily implement a navigation bar that allows the user to navigate between different entities in your database.

Designing the database

A database that contains some entities and relations between them needs to be designed in a proper way.

The best way to design such a database is to use pfm to create the initial form.

Once this form is created, we can click on the Links tab to add the links to it.

In the next step, we need to name our current entity and its related entities.

Entity names can be pretty much anything, but it is important to keep in mind that the name should not be too long and it should make sense.

Here we will use the name of the database: «db_name», and the name of the current entity: «current_entity».

Now that we have defined our entities, we can click on the Edit button and define the initial forms for our entity.

We need to define the initial forms for the three entities shown in the graph below:

After a few seconds, we will have a new dialog with the title Link Generator.

We can customize the table that will be used for storing the links

Postgres Forms

Postgres Forms (pfm) is a powerful, stand-alone application that allows PostgreSQL database administrators to design forms for the administration of the database tables.
The administrator can choose to model the database tables with tables, forms, views, or sequences.
Then, pfm is able to export the database schemas into any SQL Form Designer application, to Visual Studio.NET, or to any XSD Form Designer application.
For the very first step, an XML Schema file can be generated.
Furthermore, pfm makes it possible to create forms based on exported schemas, and also to edit them when needed.

Lutz Widmaier
09:46, 7 July 2012 (PDT)

As forms can be very useful to navigate a database, I set out to work out how an XSD Form Designer application should
be able to deal with forms.
Now, for a form to be useful to navigate the database, it must be able to tell PostgreSQL’s psql which table in the database it represents.
Since forms are XML, I set out to work out how XML databases such as XML::Twig should be able to deal with forms.
I had some success in this area, in fact it is possible to write a series of functions to enable XML databases to deal
with forms.
(As you may note, I am using «database» as a general term for a schema, not necessarily a database. I did this to try and
maintain maximum generality.)
After a while, I decided I had seen enough to write pfm, which is now available at
(The website is still a bit rough, and it needs to be updated with more information and example schemas, but it is mostly

Lutz Widmaier
10:08, 7 July 2012 (PDT)

When psql tries to register a new user (in the PostgreSQL language) it tries to find whether the «postgres» user exists
or not. If it doesn’t, then it tries to create one.
However, if the user exists, it will just return an error message.
If we set a search path, it will find the file, load it, and try

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Postgres Forms works together with PostgreSQL, connecting the applications to the database.
The project design is very easy, and a basic configuration only requires some seconds to do.
You can add a new database, create a table or view with only a few mouse clicks. But one thing you will have to work for, is the design of the forms. The documentated section of the manual offers a few hints on how to design the forms.
Postgres Forms currently supports PostgreSQL 8.4, which is version x.x.x in the PostgreSQL versioning system.
For PostgreSQL 8.5 a beta version is available.
RESTful Documentation:
Postgres Forms generates several json based documents. It is quite obvious that you will need an internet connection in order to use the applications. The documentation for the all json based services is REST based, meaning you only need to know the url to use the service.
In case you have questions related to Rest API’s and PostgreSQL services, feel free to contact me.
Postgres Forms will be installed into a PostgreSQL database directory, using the default settings.
Start the application by executing pgsqlforms.exe on the PostgreSQL command prompt.
Create Form:
The first step is to create a new Form, which will later serve as a base for creating all the other forms in the database.
You will start a new database by executing the command:
pgsqlforms -c newDb
It will prompt you for a connection string, which Postgres Forms uses to connect to the database. As you are going to create a database and a table manually, you will need to use the local connection string.
Next you will have to select the database on which you want to create the form. After that you have to select a table, which you want to be managed by the form. Finally you will have to select a reference for the form, which I recommend to select the forms default content.
You can select the forms default content by selecting the option New Default Content, and in case you do not want to create a new form, you can select the option New Form.
Type the name of the form into the textbox of the New Form button, and choose the form’s type.
Choose one of the two options to start a new form:
Manual Start If you want to define some form components manually, then you will be asked for the title, description, address

System Requirements For Postgres Forms:

OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1 (32-bit and 64-bit), 10, 10 Mobile
Processor: 1.8 GHz single-core
Memory: 1 GB RAM
Graphics: DirectX 9.0c compatible, Shader Model 3.0 or better
DirectX: Version 9.0c or greater
Hard Drive: 2 GB free space
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