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I want to make a protected processing imported layers from the sqlite database.

Is there in QGIS 2.0 a function or a plugin or do I have to insert directly into the data?

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This can be a problem in SQLite. SQLite does not grant policy for user. And I think it's about privilegs in the database and not in the QGIS application. The application can control the privilegs to edit the attributes (Properties o layer>Fields>Edit line>Checkbox Editable).

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Using qgis 2.18.x you can set al layer as 'read only'.

Go to project > project properties (or Ctrl+Shift+P). In the tab 'identify layers' you can check 'read only'.

Then the pencil (toggle editing) will be greyed out.

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