Postgres Auditing in 150 lines of SQL (via) I’ve run up against the problem of tracking changes made to rows within a database table so many times, and I still don’t have a preferred solution. This approach to it looks very neat: it uses PostgreSQL triggers to populate a single audit table (as opposed to one audit table per tracked table) and records the previous and current column values for the row using jsonb.
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