Hi all,

2017-03-17 17:09 GMT+01:00 John Scalia <jayknowsu...@gmail.com>:

> While I do not know QGIS, I'm wondering if it's similar to some of our
> applications where they always use the same system login for the database
> while each user provides a unique login to the application. Have you ever
> set log_connections in your postgresql.conf file? That would show you which
> user is connecting during your attempts, and they might very well be
> something you're not expecting. As far as I know, there is no way for any
> application to bypass PostgreSQL's internal security model.

Exactly, so I repost here my initial question:

On Fri, Mar 17, 2017 at 4:16 PM, Giuseppe Broccolo <
> giuseppe.brocc...@2ndquadrant.it> wrote:
>> Check which user is used the first time you connect to the database
>> through QGIS, and if you switch the user to [user_name] in a second moment.
>> I'm wondering if you are keeping some privileges from a previous session.

Giuseppe Broccolo - 2ndQuadrant Italy
PostgreSQL & PostGIS Training, Services and Support
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