Brijesh Shrivastav <Bshrivastav(at)esri(dot)com> writes:
> After researching again I have come with following syntax to select all
> table with specific privilege (SELECT/INSERT/UPDATE..)to current user.
> SELECT relname
> FROM pg_class
> WHERE pg_table_is_visible(oid)
> AND relname !~ '^pg_'
> AND has_table_privilege (oid,'INSERT');
> Is this the best way to do it?
You likely also want to filter on relkind, but something about like this
is probably a reasonable starting point.
> Is there any way to execute such
> a statement for any user?
Sure, see the three-parameter variants of has_table_privilege.
> In this case such queries will most
> likely be executed by a super user.
A superuser will always be considered to have all privileges,
so the has_table_privilege filter will be a no-op for such a one.
regards, tom lane
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