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Option 1 I would probably take advantage of using a Central Management Server to run the password change script across all the different servers at once. This should provide an easy method for verifying the output from each server while keeping it easy to manage by executing once for all target servers. Option 2 If I was doing this in a tighter change ...


It looks like what you want is row-level security. PostgreSQL will support this in version 9.5, but that's due to come out in over a year. For now, you'll need to use views. If you don't mind the fact that a clever user can trick the system into revealing information they're not meant to be able to see using malicious functions in the WHERE clause, you can ...

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