On 06/30/2010 02:09 PM, mirthcyy wrote:
> Hi there,
> I'm a newbie to postgresql and I have some problems working with its
> For security purpose, I want that my application service account only
> has execution permissions to the functions I created. so what I did
> Create a group testgroup (not super user)
> Create a user testuser belongs to testgroup
> Now I want to give function execute permission to testgroup:
> first I grant the schema:
> GRANT USAGE ON SCHEMA "aaa" TO "testgroup";
> second I grant the execution permission to the group:
> GRANT EXECUTE ON FUNCTION "aaa"."testFunction"(integer) TO
> I thought that's it and logged in with testuser. But I found I
> couldn't execute the function and gave me error like:
> ERROR: permission denied for relation Tablename (the function select
> from that Tablename)
> Then I tried to give that testuser the select permission to that
> Tablename, testuser can then execute that function.
> so conclusion: it seems it's useless to give execution permission to a
> group. The group will have to have all the base table select/insert/
> delete etc permisisons in order to execute function depending on
> what's in the function. Then I wonder why Postgresql is working like
> that? There's no way for me to lock down all base table access. Or is
> there something I miss?
> Please help me if you have any idea about locking down base table
> access and only give function execution access to a group.
> Thanks a lot!
Look at SECURITY DEFINER.
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