PostgreSQL: Working with Universally Unique Identifier – UUID Data type

The PostgreSQL provides Universally Unique Identifier -UUID data type and related functions.

In the previous post, I have already shared the truth about Universally Unique Identifier - UUID.
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PostgreSQL provides two extensions.
1. uuid-ossp 2. pgcrypto.

You can install this extension using this script.

I am using pgcrypto extension for generating a UUID.

Below is a small demonstration:
Generate UUID using gen_random_uuid():

Create a sample table with UUID Data type:

Insert sample data:

The Result:

PostgreSQL UUID


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