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Re: [ADMIN] Password

From: Brad Bonkoski <bbc1049(at)saintjoe(dot)edu>
To: "Strand Johan F(dot)" <johan(dot)f(dot)strand(at)telia(dot)se>
Cc: Postgresql fr├ąga (E-mail) <pgsql-admin(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: Re: [ADMIN] Password
Date: 2000-01-14 14:35:17
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You are able to make users authenticate by setting up your pg_hba.conf
file.  Instead of trust at the end use password.  I would read the
manual on security because it gives you some pretty clear axample f what
you probably want.
Hope this helps

"Strand Johan F." wrote:

> Hi !
> Is it possible to configure the postgresql database server to
> require password when you log in from the same host as the
> databse server ?
> in my case I have a java-program that access the database
> through JDBC but it doesen't matter what I type in passwd field
> as long as the user-id are correct.
> If you can, how ?
> Thanks
> /Johan
> johan(dot)f(dot)strand(at)telia(dot)se
> ************

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