mgould <mgould(at)allcoast(dot)net> writes:
> We are currently migrating from Sybase's ASA 9/10 to PostGres 8.2.4.
> One of the features that is really nice in ASA is the ability to add
> the attribute hidden to a Create procedure, Create function and
> Create trigger. Essentially what this does is encrypt the code so
> that if anyone or any utility gets into the database they cannot see
> any of the actual code. This is a great feature for protecting
> intellectual processing techniques. I don't know if there is anyway
> to do this in PostGres. Before the hidden feature was added, we had
> a competitor steal some of our stored procedure processing code. Is
> there anyway to protect this from happening in PostGres?
The only bulletproof way to do this currently is to write all your
stored functions in C and load them as a shared library.
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