Ed Loehr wrote:
> Constantin Teodorescu wrote:
> > I have two tables "inputs" and "outputs" and they hold items and
> > quantities that are coming and going from a warehouse.
> > I have defined also another table "stock" that will hold the inventory
> > of that warehouse.
> > I have defined triggers on INSERT, UPDATE and DELETE on "inputs" and
> > "outputs" tables that update acordingly the "stock" table!
> > What's my problem?
> > Is there any chance to restrict the direct updates of any user to the
> > "stock" table?
> > So that the information in the "stock" table should be updated ONLY by
> > those triggers?
> Just for kicks, here's a hack. Add a column named 'passwd' to the
> stock table (with a bogus default value), then create an UPDATE
> trigger on stock requiring the UPDATE to include a valid 'passwd'
> column value that's only known (hard-coded) to your 'inputs' and
> 'outputs' triggers. Would that work?
I think it will work! It's really a good idea!
But wouldn't be nice if PostgreSQL could offer a more elegant solution?
FLEX Consulting Braila, ROMANIA
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