Bailey, Larry wrote:
I created a user with a password. That newly created user now have
tables and indexes. I want to ALTER that user to exclude the password.
How is this accomplished without dropping and recreating the users?


Never tried to go backwards before but:

alter user foo with encrypted password '';

But as I look at pg_shadow there is still a hash...

You could do:

update pg_shadow set passwd = '' where usename = 'foo';

Sincerely,

Joshua D. Drake



Larry Bailey
Sr. Oracle DBA
First American Real Estate Solution
(714) 701-3347
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