From my reading of previous posts here, and a bit of experimentation,
I have concluded that if user A creates a database, they cannot
prevent user B from being able to see all its tables and other
All A can do is not grant B the right to select from his tables.
B can not only see the tables, but see their structure. The same goes
for views, B can see the code behind views owned by A. I assume the
same will hold for functions.
Please somebody tell me I'm wrong about this!
I want to set up a multi-database, multi-user installation, where
users cant see metadata that is none of their business.
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