Table Rights

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As well as the list of possible tasks, you will have to create groups of users that have the same tasks. Then, you add a list of tables on which they will be allowed to perform their tasks.

After you have finished you will have a set of user groups. For each user group you have defined what they can do on which tables. Next, you can decide in detail what the rights will be on each table. Possible rights are: Select, Insert, Update, Delete, or All.

The rights may be further specified by defining a condition, formulated in a SQL clause.

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