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Configuration tip.

From: Jarek Jarzebowski <jarekj(at)arges(dot)pl>
To: pgsql-admin(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Configuration tip.
Date: 2002-07-29 06:31:14
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I'm new to PostgreSQL and I couldn't find how to do one thing in 
PostgreSQL config:

Let's say there is user 'john'. On server exist databases 'market', 
'sales', 'admin'. 'john' has some privileges on 'market' and 'sales' but 
has no privileges on 'admin'. I would like to configure server in this 
way that if 'john' is logged in he sees _only_ 'market' and 'sales' (for 
example doing "\l" command).

Is it possible in PostgerSQL?
I couldn't find any option in server configuration... any help will be 
very kind.

Best regards,

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