Il 18/10/2016 13:54, Neumann, Andreas ha scritto:
> Hi Paolo,
> hm - not sure.
> If you have a .pgpass file it may take credentials from the .pgpass file.
> Not sure what you mean "from the system" - you mean the credentials from
> the operating system? Yes - this is another fallback mechanism - but it
> depends how you configured your PostgreSQL access controls.
thanks for the feedback. The situation is:
* a qgs project pointing to PostgreSQL, without username and password
* if one inserts the credentials at project startup, these seem to be
remembered upon further opening of the project (unsure about other
projects), even after restarting QGIS.
It seems therefore impossible that QGIS takes it from .pgpass.
All the best.
Paolo Cavallini - www.faunalia.eu
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