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Does PostgreSQL allow multiple grantees in GRANT commands?

Looking at the PostgreSQL docs it seems that the GRANT command only grants to a single user or role. In fact it doesn't seem to be PostgreSQL alone. Isn't possible to do something like GRANT SELECT ...
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1answer
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Allow non-sys admin, non-owner of a job to execute it

I have a job that runs an SSIS package. Currently the owner is a proxy account. I can run the job manually from a sys-admin account. Our web service logs in using a limited account. It needs to ...
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1answer
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Disabling SET Statements / Forcing SET Options in SQL Server 2008R2/2012

I am currently working with a MSSQL 2008R2 Database which uses the following SET-Commands frequently: SET ANSI_NULLS { ON | OFF } SET QUOTED_IDENTIFIER { ON | OFF } SET ANSI_PADDING { ON | OFF } ...
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1answer
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Maximum granularity of user permissions (certain rows within table?) [closed]

Our current system architecture is fairly simple. There's a global list of devices, which move between gateways. The idea is such that the global list of devices is stored in one table, such that any ...
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4answers
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SELECT Statements only please

I have a user that wants to use SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) to run SELECT statements. I don't want him to be able to modify data. I can't regulate his permissions through Windows ...
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2answers
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Granting Execute Permissions on Stored Procedures, Functions and Views

I am using a user which has read permission only. It basically has permission to Connect Execute However, it does not have execute permissions on Functions and Stored Procedures. In part of my ...
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1answer
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What are the security implications of sp_executesql?

By default, in SQL Server, the [public] role has EXECUTE rights on sp_executesql. However, I've inherited a database server where the previous DBA has revoked the EXECUTE right on sp_executesql. As ...
2
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1answer
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How to make it impossible for a postgres user to delete databases?

What yould be the sql statement (that the user postgres will execute) so it will be impossible for the postgres user user1 to delete (drop) databases? Or can I add a rule into some config file?
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T-SQL to list all the user mappings with database roles/permissions for a User

I am looking for a t-sql script which can list the databases and and the respective roles/privileges mapped for a particular user. Using SQL Server 2008 R2. Regards Mohammed