Lentes, Bernd wrote:
> Hello to everyone,
> I'm new to postgres-SQL. I have to admin a working solution with
> postgres-SQL and cygwin unter Windows 2000.
> I have cygwin dll version 1.3.17 and postgres 7.2.3-2 (output from
> cygcheck -s).
> >From the command-line i created a new user for postgres with createuser.
> I see this user in the systemtables pg_shadow and pg_user.
> If i want to give that user ALL PRIVILEGES on a certain database, i get
> an error:
> GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON DATABASE bestellung TO SYSTEM;
> Error: parser: parse error at or near "bestellung"
> Then i tried to put that user in a certain group (that this user has
> more rights, i thought):
> ALTER GROUP dbadmin ADD USER SYSTEM;
> Error: user "system" does not exist
> I created the user SYSTEM with big characters, this is necessary in this
> The group dbadmin exists and is visible in pg_group.
Have you tried:
ALTER GROUP dbadmin ADD USER "SYSTEM";
I think double-quotes are needed to preserver the case of user/group
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