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I have created multiple projects IN QGIS and saved them in PostgreSQL. It has created a table in Public schema as 'QGIS_Projects' and creates rows to save different projects from QGIS . I have given 'Select' grant to users for this project table. I am now unable to give grants to users based on the different QGIS projects : Example: QGIS _PROJECT 1 -- Select grant only to user A Example: QGIS _PROJECT 2 -- Select grant only to user B

How can I do this?

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    It's far from certain that row-level security would work this way, but you should certainly research it and try.
    – Vince
    Aug 24, 2020 at 23:24
  • How to I restrict a user based on QGIS project then ? Aug 26, 2020 at 10:03
  • There are several large questions lurking just below the surface here. Given that there's one public table, it doesn't seem that this kind of security model was envisioned (since it's open source, you can research this, too). But first you need to research the basic security model of PostgreSQL, then the row-level security extension. Once you understand how it could work, then you need to research how it does work. At that point you'll be able to ask a more focused question.
    – Vince
    Aug 26, 2020 at 11:53

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