On 9/28/09, Josh Berkus <josh(at)agliodbs(dot)com> wrote
> > I already mentioned one case that there's longstanding demand for, which
> > is to instantiate the correct permissions on new partition child tables.
> Wouldn't that be handled by inheritance?
I wish, but no:
The first paragraph under "5.8.1 Caveats":
Table access permissions are not automatically inherited. Therefore, a user
attempting to access a parent table must either have permissions to do the
same operation on all its child tables as well, or must use the
ONLYnotation. When adding a new child table to an existing inheritance
hierarchy, be careful to grant all the needed permissions on it.
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