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Migrate this SQL to postgres

I am trying to create the following table, the sql is from mysql, however I have chnaged a lot in the table. I am still getting an error in the KEY part, any help please, the SQL is :

CREATE TABLE wp_visitor_maps_wo  (
       session_id      varchar(128) NOT NULL default '',
       ip_address      varchar(20) NOT NULL default '',
       user_id         bigserial NOT NULL,
       name            varchar(64) NOT NULL default '',
       nickname        varchar(20) default NULL,
       country_name    varchar(50) default NULL,
       country_code    char(2) default NULL,
       city_name       varchar(50) default NULL,
       state_name      varchar(50) default NULL,
       state_code      char(2) default NULL,
       latitude        decimal(10,4) default '0.0000',
       longitude       decimal(10,4) default '0.0000',
       last_page_url   text NOT NULL,
       http_referer    varchar(255) default NULL,
       user_agent      varchar(255) NOT NULL default '',
       hostname        varchar(255) default NULL,
       provider        varchar(255) default NULL,
       time_entry      int NOT NULL default '0',
       time_last_click int NOT NULL default '0',
       num_visits      int NOT NULL default '0',
        PRIMARY KEY  (session_id),
        KEY 'nickname_time_last_click' (nickname,time_last_click) );
alter table has_visitor_maps_wo add index(time_last_click);

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Ashraf Hassanein
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Phil PhillipsDirector of DevOps & Quality AssuranceCommented:
First create the table:
CREATE TABLE wp_visitor_maps_wo  (
       session_id      varchar(128) NOT NULL default '',
       ip_address      varchar(20) NOT NULL default '',
       user_id         bigserial NOT NULL,
       name            varchar(64) NOT NULL default '',
       nickname        varchar(20) default NULL,
       country_name    varchar(50) default NULL,
       country_code    char(2) default NULL,
       city_name       varchar(50) default NULL,
       state_name      varchar(50) default NULL,
       state_code      char(2) default NULL,
       latitude        decimal(10,4) default '0.0000',
       longitude       decimal(10,4) default '0.0000',
       last_page_url   text NOT NULL,
       http_referer    varchar(255) default NULL,
       user_agent      varchar(255) NOT NULL default '',
       hostname        varchar(255) default NULL,
       provider        varchar(255) default NULL,
       time_entry      int NOT NULL default '0',
       time_last_click int NOT NULL default '0',
       num_visits      int NOT NULL default '0',
        PRIMARY KEY  (session_id));

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Then, add the indexes:

create index wp_visitor_maps_wo__n_tlc on wp_visitor_maps_wo(nickname, time_last_click);
create index wp_visitor_maps_wo__tlc on wp_visitor_maps_wo(time_last_click);

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Ashraf HassaneinAuthor Commented:
Thank you so much it worked pretty well However I need to convert the following SQL if you do not mind please
INSERT IGNORE INTO wp_visitor_maps_wo
(session_id,
ip_address,
user_id,
name,
country_name,
country_code,
city_name,
state_name,
state_code,
latitude,
longitude,
last_page_url,
http_referer,
user_agent,
hostname,
time_entry,
time_last_click,
num_visits)
values (
'00.00.00.00',
'00.00.00.00',
'1',
'Me',
'Home',
'HO',
'HOME',
'Home',
'11',
'000',
'000',
'WP',
'https://www.mydomain.com/',
'Headers',
'ISP',
'00000',
'00000',
'1')

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This is giving ERROR:
ERROR: syntax error at or near "IGNORE" LINE 1: INSERT IGNORE INTO wp_visitor_maps_wo ^

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And Statement
UPDATE has_visitor_maps_st
SET
count = '0',
time = '2014-02-02 08:40:33'
WHERE (day('2014-02-02 08:40:33') != day(time) AND type = 'day')
OR (count < '0' AND type = 'day')

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This is giving error:
ERROR: syntax error at or near "SET" LINE 6: OR (count < '0' AND type = 'day') SET ^

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Phil PhillipsDirector of DevOps & Quality AssuranceCommented:
There is no direct "INSERT IGNORE" for postgres.  What you can do instead is check for a record, then insert if it doesn't exist.  Or, you could create a rule like:

CREATE RULE "wp_visitor_maps_wo__dup_ignore" AS ON INSERT TO "wp_visitor_maps_wo"
  WHERE EXISTS(SELECT 1 FROM wp_visitor_maps_wo 
                WHERE session_id=NEW.session_id)
  DO INSTEAD NOTHING;

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Then, you can just do the insert:
INSERT INTO wp_visitor_maps_wo
(session_id,
ip_address,
user_id,
name,
country_name,
country_code,
city_name,
state_name,
state_code,
latitude,
longitude,
last_page_url,
http_referer,
user_agent,
hostname,
time_entry,
time_last_click,
num_visits)
values (
'00.00.00.00',
'00.00.00.00',
'1',
'Me',
'Home',
'HO',
'HOME',
'Home',
'11',
'000',
'000',
'WP',
'https://www.mydomain.com/',
'Headers',
'ISP',
'00000',
'00000',
'1');

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For the other query, try:
UPDATE has_visitor_maps_st
  SET count = 0, time = '2014-02-02 08:40:33'
  WHERE (time != '2014-02-02 08:40:33' OR count < 0)
    AND type = 'day';

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Ashraf HassaneinAuthor Commented:
Thank you so much for your help that has solved the problem
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