The view pg_seclabels provides information about security labels. It as an easier-to-query version of the pg_seclabel catalog.
Table 47-66. pg_seclabels Columns
|objoid||oid||any OID column||The OID of the object this security label pertains to|
|classoid||oid||pg_class.oid||The OID of the system catalog this object appears in|
|objsubid||int4||For a security label on a table column, this is the column number (the objoid and classoid refer to the table itself). For all other object types, this column is zero.|
|objtype||text||The type of object to which this label applies, as text.|
|objnamespace||oid||pg_namespace.oid||The OID of the namespace for this object, if applicable; otherwise NULL.|
|objname||text||The name of the object to which this label applies, as text.|
|provider||text||pg_seclabel.provider||The label provider associated with this label.|
|label||text||pg_seclabel.label||The security label applied to this object.|
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