A crummy but workable solution is to have each user install and run their
own instance of PostgreSQL. On the other hand, learning to install and
configure a major database is probably a useful learning experience.
<pgadmin(at)pse-consulting(dot)d To: Cheetah <fastcat(at)gmail(dot)com>
e> cc: pgadmin-support(at)postgresql(dot)org
Sent by: Subject: Re: [pgadmin-support] Users can see each others' databases?
09/22/2004 02:59 AM
> I suspect that in order to not be able to see other users' tables, you
> must revoke permissions on the pg_catalog schema (and for the
> enterprising users the information_schema schema too I suspect), which
> is where all the views and whatnot that pgadmin queries to list tables
> live. If this is for a course, I'd bet on students being enterprising
> when trying to circumvent access restrictions :)
Cheetah is completely right. Access restrictions on schema information
come up from time to time, without a viable proposal how to implement
it. Won't happen in the near future, and isn't supposed to be critical.
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