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Anil R. Kesariya

--Anil R. Kesariya--
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Rajkot, India
--Anil R. Kesariya--

Odoo Techno Functional Expert

* Engaged with odoo since May - 2012.

* Customise existing module or develop new module base on customer requirement.

* Played key developer role in many past and running projects.

* Expert in requirement gathering of business and transforming requirement into odoo platform.

* Major expertise in core modules, database, report development and theme development.

* Integration expert.

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Anil R. Kesariya
On 4/29/15, 8:56 AM

Hi Mohit,

To know the place for any installed package you can use locate command.

locate <your lib or package>

In your case you can use .

locate postgresql

To know the list of database running in your system  you can use.

psql -ll

Hope this will help.





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On 4/29/15, 8:45 AM

Hi Mohit,

The easiest way to list all databases, through the terminal is by command:

psql -l 

You can find all command options here.

Best of luck,

I want path in pc, where our all created database stored.

http://thewordshops.com/, Mohit Kotak (Full Stack Developer)
on 4/29/15, 8:49 AM

Ahh my apoligies, thought you where literally talking about db names! Mohit has already provided the answer so I won't edit mine. locate will work perfect :)

on 4/29/15, 9:05 AM

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