>> Hello all.
>> Please help,
>> are there any way to set some (ex. deny creating tables) privileges on database (not for databases objects)?
>> I want crant full access to one user (let say "adminuser" for database "testdb") and make some others (read only) users,
>> who can read only (do SELECT from "testdb" tables), but not CREATE tables or some database objects.
>> As I know CRANT command allows only set privileges for database objects but not for databases.
BWI> You can write scripts that will set access for all existing objects in
BWI> a database. Objects created in the future will not automatically get the
BWI> same access rights. It mnay be possible to simplify granting rights by
BWI> using 'public' to give select access, if all users get at least select access.
I see what you mean, but I want set access rights to database, not
for database objects, I want to deny some users to create tables in
database, but permit read values of existing tables.
How to permit various access to tables I know, it's simlpy with `GRANT
[..] ON TABLE ..', but I don't know how to deny creating new tables,
I think it's not possible with PostgreSQL, because as I can
understand, GRANT don't support such ability for DATABASE.
Am I right?
will be very fine if I'm mistaken..
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