Stephen Frost <sfrost(at)snowman(dot)net> writes:
> In general, I do prefer that permissions be seperably grantable. Being
> able to grant 'truncate' permissions would be really nice. Is the only
> reason such permission doesn't exist due to no one working on it, or is
> there other disagreement about it?
Lack of appetite for having forty nonstandard kinds of privilege,
I suppose ;-)
Given that we now have roles, it's fairly easy to grant "table owner"
to trusted people, so the use-case for special privilege types has
dropped off dramatically IMHO.
regards, tom lane
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