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Can the Apache Age database accommodate various versions of the PostgreSQL protocol, including the extended query protocol?

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answered 2022-11-23 14:00:00 +0000

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Yes, the Apache Age database can accommodate various versions of the PostgreSQL protocol, including the extended query protocol. Age is built on top of PostgreSQL, and it supports the same connection protocol and many of the same client libraries as PostgreSQL. As a result, Age can support the extended query protocol and other PostgreSQL features that rely on it, such as prepared statements and binary data transfer.

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