This is a another bug reported for the Firebird 1.0 server. I subsequently
ran it in PostgreSQL 7.2, Oracle 8.0.5 anf MSSQL 7.
Connect as pgsql:
CREATE TABLE TEST(ID INTEGER,NAME VARCHAR(50));
INSERT INTO TEST (ID) VALUES (1);
GRANT UPDATE ON TEST TO TESTUSER;
Connect as TestUser;
UPDATE TEST SET NAME='TEST' WHERE ID=1;
ERROR: test: Permission denied.
UPDATE TEST SET NAME='TEST';
So the user can update the whole table but not specific columns. Is this a
bug or as specified (I read briefly the Reference Guide and I didn't see
this highlited anywhere, but I may have missed it.). Firebird and MSSQL
have the same behaviour as PostgreSQL (Firebird have acknowledged this as a
bug, I haven't checked on MSSQL website yet.)
In Oracle 8.0.5 both updates execute sucessfully.
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