Gunnar Rønning writes:
> Better user management and policy delegations would be important
> postgresql to succeed in enterprise environments.
Keeping compatibility is also important.
> Maybe one should
> start distinguishing logins from users like Sybase does. Logins are global
> to all databases, and you can create a user for a given database and assign
> it to a login.
That doesn't strike me as terribly better. Operating system
administrators tend to unify user management across the whole network.
You're essentially suggesting making separate users per file system.
> It would also be nice to be able to assign users to
> groups(which in turn define access rights within the database).
That would indeed be nice. That's why we have already implemented it.
Peter Eisentraut peter_e(at)gmx(dot)net http://funkturm.homeip.net/~peter
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