Paul Rogers schrieb:
> If so then how did you handle permissions, errors, connection pooling?
I'm currently working on an .NET application with user- and
privilege-management via database.
Privileges and access to frontend modules (in the application), tables,
functions etc. (in db) is controled via group-membership in the database
backend by querying pg_groups.
User-creation etc. (say "superuser-tasks" ) is done with functions that
have definer-security-access (access to those controlled via user groups)
Errorhandling is done by evaluating db-error messages in try-catch-clauses.
There's no special need of any special conn-pooling-functions in my
The application is coded in vb.net, using npgsql with Postgres 8.2 in
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