Convert postgresql functions to mysql



I can't find any conversion tools that will convert postgresql functions/stored procedures to mysql.
Has anyone achieved this in some way?
My functions are very simple like below, but I have 100s of them so need a way to do in bulk, even if it's by copying and replacing text in the dump file
Syntax: [ Download ] [ Hide ]SXBB[id].writeCmd();Syntax: [ Download ] [ Show ]CREATE OR REPLACE FUNCTION query_add_added_to_recipe(date, bigint)
  RETURNS void AS
'update recipe set added = $1 where id=$2'
  LANGUAGE sql VOLATILE
  COST 100;
 

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PHP Postgresql Functions problem
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Hi everyone, this is my first post. I am having trouble getting my postgresql 8.3 database to respond as desired when using php on my pc's apache server. The problem is that when I try to perform a query using pg_query() in my php code and then try using pg_fetch_row() on the resulting resource, the array that is returned is completely empty. However, whenever I use psql to enter the same query as what I entered using the php code, a table with a row is definitely shown. Here is the code I use in php to try to use an existing connection to get a row:
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if (pg_connection_status($connect
Convert postgresql functions to mysql
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I can't find any conversion tools that will convert postgresql functions/stored procedures to mysql.
Has anyone achieved this in some way?
My functions are very simple like below, but I have 100s of them so need a way to do in bulk, even if it's by copying and replacing text in the dump file
Syntax: [ Download ] [ Hide ]SXBB[id].writeCmd();Syntax: [ Download ] [ Show ]CREATE OR REPLACE FUNCTION query_add_added_to_recipe(date, bigint)
  RETURNS void AS
'update recipe set added = $1 where id=$2'
  LANGUAGE sql VOLATILE
  COST 100;
 
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Convert a mysql query to work with postgresql too
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I have a query which works well under mysql, i need to convert this query to work too unser which is the following :

SELECT u.*,
    ju.username,
    ju.email,
    ju.lastvisitDate as last_login,  
    team_leader.first_name  as leader_first_name,team_leader.last_name
as leader_last_name, 
    team.leader_id as leader_id, 
    IF(team.name!='',team.name,team_leader.first_name || ' ' ||
team_leader.last_name) AS team_name 
FROM bpfsz_users AS u 
LEFT JOIN bpfsz_users AS ju ON ju.id = u.id 
LEFT JOIN bpfsz_teams AS team ON team.team_id = u.team_id 
LEFT JOIN bpfsz_users AS team_leader ON team_leader.id =
team.leader_id

The query fails under postgreSQL with the error message "the function if(boolean, character varying, text) doesn't exist"

How to make working this query both in mysql and postgresql ?

Thanks by advance


How can I get access to password hashing in postgresql? Tried installing postgresql-contrib in ubuntu, still can't access hashing functions
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So I'm trying to just hash some passwords in postgresql, and the only hashing solution that I've found for postgresql is part of the pgcrytpo package ( http://www.postgresql.org/docs/8.3/static/pgcrypto.html ) that is supposed to be in postgresql-contrib ( http://www.postgresql.org/docs/8.3/static/contrib.html ).

So I installed postgresql-contrib, (sudo apt-get install postgresql-contrib), restarted my server (as a simple way to restart postgresql).

However, I still don't have access to any of the functions for hashing that are supposed to be in postgresql-contrib, e.g.:

ninjawars=# select crypt('global salt' || 'new password' ||
'user created date', gen_salt('sha256'));
ERROR:  function gen_salt(unknown) does not exist

ninjawars=# select digest('test', 'sha256') from players limit 1;
ERROR:  function digest(unknown, unknown) does not exist

ninjawars=# select hmac('test', 'sha256') from players limit 1;
ERROR:  function hmac(unknown, unknown) does not exist

So how can I hash passwords in postgresql, on ubuntu?



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