PostgreSQL: Script to copy Table Data from one Schema to another Schema

In this post, I am sharing one script to copy your Schema tables into another Schema of PostgreSQL.
I found this script at wiki.postgresql.org and modified the coding standard for the best use.

In our organization, I am creating a different schema for all the database developers, and at every new schema, we require to migrate development origin schema’s table data into a newly created schema.

I created different database users for each database developer, and they can only access their assigned schema. I am doing this for security reason, and it is also very easy to audit the changes and work progress of all the database developers.

Create a below function and execute to migrate your schema.

Create a function to copy old schema data to new schema:

Sample Execution:


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