John Hatfield <jhatfield(at)g-s(dot)com(dot)au> writes:
> It looks as though the views are created the first time you login to
> pgAdmin. So when I logged first as an ordinary user not as the postgres
> (database superuser), the views were created with this user as the owner.
> A trap for beginners!!
Indeed. I wonder whether pgadmin actually needs to see the password
column. If not, perhaps it could make a view of pg_user instead of
pg_shadow to avoid this problem. If it does, selecting directly from
pg_shadow with no view seems like the most reliable way...
regards, tom lane
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