# pgr_getTableName¶

## Name¶

pgr_getTableName — Retrieves the name of the column as is stored in the postgres administration tables.

Note

This function is intended for the developer’s aid.

Warning

This function is deprecated in 2.1 Use _pgr_getTableName instead

## Synopsis¶

Returns a record containing the registered names of the table and of the schema it belongs to.

(text sname, text tname)  pgr_getTableName(text tab)


## Description¶

Parameters

tab: text table name with or without schema component.

Returns

sname: text containing the registered name of the schema of table “tab”. when the schema was not provided in “tab” the current schema is used. NULL when : The schema is not found in the postgres administration tables. text containing the registered name of the table “tab”. NULL when : The schema is not found in the postgres administration tables. The table “tab” is not registered under the schema sname in the postgres administration tables

History

• New in version 2.0.0

## Examples¶

SELECT * from pgr_getTableName('edge_table');

sname  |   tname
--------+------------
public | edge_table
(1 row)

SELECT * from pgr_getTableName('EdgeTable');

sname  |   tname
--------+------------
public |
(1 row)

SELECT * from pgr_getTableName('data.Edge_Table');
sname | tname
-------+-------
|
(1 row)


The examples use the Sample Data network.