If you are trying to list all sequences in the PostgreSQL database. You can do so with one of the methods in this article.
1. Using SQL Query
The first way would be using an SQL query to show all sequences in a PostgreSQL database. The following script can get all data needed:
SELECT sequence_schema, sequence_name
ORDER BY sequence_name
Sample result of the query:
2. Using psql
Another method is to use psql \ds command to list all sequences in a PostgreSQL database.
3. Using ERBuilder Data Modeler
ERBuilder Data Modeler allows you to visualize your database structures which means you will be capable of listing all sequences in your PostgreSQL database.
With ERBuilder Data Modeler, you can view the details of a sequence just by double-clicking on it from the list. As you can add a new sequence, edit an exciting one or delete the one you don’t need anymore, you can also view the sequence’s SQL script.
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