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PostgreSQL Error code 23505 - Fix it Now ?


This article covers methods to fix PostgreSQL Error code 23505 for our customers. This issue happens when you are trying to insert a value in a column that already exists there. If you have a sequencer on the field (like with a serial column type), it is likely out of sync with the table because you have done an insert and supplied a value (rather than letting the "default" mechanism handle it by getting the nextval from the sequencer). If this is the case, reset the sequencer with a setval statement to the max value of the field.

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PostgreSQL Error code 42703 - Fix it Now ?


This article covers steps to resolve PostgreSQL Error code 42703 for our customers. PostgreSQL database 42703 error triggers an error message "column does not exist" which indicates either that the requested column does not it exist, or that the query is not correct.

There are many possible reasons for this issue.

To get started, check your query for any mistakes. Often, the error is caused by a lack of quotes.

If this is the case, add double quotes to the column name, then try again. 

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