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I have a snap-in that is deployed on our production server. We recently upgraded to Breeze Platform 3.7, and it looks like a version change in the DB driver has caused the snapin's hibernate to get messed up with in regards to the identity column. I've been able to reproduce it on our dev server, but it looks like I'll need access to the database.
When attempting to connect to the cluster database in 3.7, it looks like it is looking for a client certificate. You used to be able to connect to the db via the psql command locally on the server. Is there still a way to connect to the db to run an update command?