On Thu, 2002-09-26 at 22:42, Tom Lane wrote:
> Jim Mercer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > as best i can understand, there is no way to get apach/php/pgsql configured
> > (using "PostgreSQL's native access mappings") that would disallow php code
> > in one virtual host from connecting to any database on the system.
> Betraying my ignorance of PHP here: what does a server supporting
> multiple virtual hosts look like from the database's end?  Can we
> tell the difference at all between connections initiated on behalf
> of one virtual host from those initiated on behalf of another?
Nope, you can't to the best of my knowledge.  You just get a standard
connect string.  (Assuming NAME based vHosts here, which is what most
should be, modulo SSL based ones). 

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