PostgreSQL Integrations

Use Appy Pie Connect and Integrate PostgreSQL with 150+ Apps to automate your business process in minutes.

About PostgreSQL

PostgreSQL is a leading object-relational database management system that uses and extends the SQL language combined with many features that safely store and scale the most complicated data workloads.

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Here is a list of PostgreSQL Triggers and Actions

Step By Step PostgreSQL Integration Guide

  1. To integrate the PostgreSQL app at Appy Pie Connect, search and select the app from the app directory available at Connect. Choose the service required and click Continue to move ahead with the integration.


  2. Click Connect an Account and enter the details for your registered PostgreSQL account in the pop-up form at Appy Pie Connect. Click the Yes, Continue button after filling up the correct details.


  3. Click the Continue button to reconfirm the integrated PostgreSQL account at Appy Pie Connect.


  4. Choose the information for the various dropdown menus and click the Continue button to complete the integration of PostgreSQL at Appy Pie Connect.


Common Issues With PostgreSQL At Appy Pie Connect

Error in using Custom Query with current Columns

This may occur if in case any column name contains an uppercase character. By default, all column names convert to the lowercase. To overcome this issue kindly keep the column name in double-quotes.