droplang [ connection options ] [ langname [ dbname ] ] droplang [ connection options ] --list|-l
droplang accepts the following command line arguments:
This parameter specifies the name of the backend programming language you are removing. This parameter is required; you will be prompted to enter the name of a language if you do not do so at the command line.
This parameter specifies which database you wish to remove the target language from. This is required information for the language to be removed.
Passing this option will print a list of languages that are already defined within a specified database.
If the database server is running on a remote machine, you can use this host to specify the hostname of the server.
With this parameter, you can specify either the TCP/IP port or local socket file extension that postmaster is listening for connections on.
Use this parameter to specify a username to connect as.
Passing this parameter will force droplang to prompt you for a password before accessing the database.
This message is displayed if the language was dropped correctly.
This error means that the language name is not installed properly within the database.
This message is displayed if you attempt to drop a language that does not exist.
Use droplang as you would use the SQL DROP LANGUAGE command: to remove a specified language from a database. In its most current incarnation, droplang only accepts plsql and pltcl as parameters. For more information on dropping languages, examine DROP LANGUAGE