Luca, in addition to this:
that feature is on the "Features We Do *Not* Want " list of the
Obfuscated function source code (not wanted) Obfuscating function source
code has minimal protective benefits because anyone with super-user access
can find a way to view the code. At the same time, it would greatly
complicate backups and other administrative tasks. To prevent
non-super-users from viewing function source code, remove SELECT permission
On Fri, Jun 26, 2009 at 10:56 AM, <luca(dot)ciciriello(at)email(dot)it> wrote:
> I've wrote a PLPGSQL stored procedure for a DB I've to delivery to my
> customer. The problem is that I want to hide the code of the stored
> procedure. I don't want that my customer is able to read the code of the my
> Do exist a way to mask the code of the store procedure shipped with my DB?
> Thanks in advance.
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