On Thu, Oct 24, 2002 at 04:39:51PM -0400, Tom Lane wrote:
> Alvaro Herrera <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > In the docs it is mentioned for datistemplate that
> > However, one can create a database using as template another DB that has
> > datistemplate set to false.
> Only if one is owner of the source database (or superuser).
Oh, I see. This is a doc bug, isn't it? I will submit a patch for
this. I think I've seen other oversights; will try to keep note of
> Now that we have per-database ACLs, we should probably replace
> datistemplate with an access right; instead of setting it you'd
> do something like GRANT COPY ON DATABASE foo TO PUBLIC.
Sounds good. Altering system catalogs directly is "a bad thing", IMHO.
> (We'd also talked about replacing datallowconn with an access right,
> although that is more likely to break existing apps, since a fair
> number of them look at datallowconn.)
Maybe keep both for a release, and deprecate datallowconn?
Anyway, there are a number of minor things that could use ALTER <foo>
support. I'll try to make a note of those too, and fix them if I can.
Alvaro Herrera (<alvherre[a]dcc.uchile.cl>)
"La conclusion que podemos sacar de esos estudios es que
no podemos sacar ninguna conclusion de ellos" (Tanenbaum)
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