On Mon, Jan 21, 2008 at 03:49:55PM -0800, Guillermo Arias wrote:
> Hi, i have a question:
> I have a database and i want to create a administrator user with total
> control and another that only could make queries and could not see nor
> modify the functions.
> The reason is that in the database that i will distribute are the
> functions with a big part of the software logics and i do not want
> these to be seen by my customers.
basically - you're out of luck. as long as you use pl/pgsql source is in
pg_catalog, and everybody can read it.
you might use another languages (like pl/perlu, or even c) and put the
code outside of sql access.
quicksil1er: "postgres is excellent, but like any DB it requires a
highly paid DBA. here's my CV!" :)
http://www.depesz.com/ - blog dla ciebie (i moje CV)
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