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set_session_authorization ()
  • >> set_session_authorization (7) ( Linux man: Макропакеты и соглашения )
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    NAME

    SET SESSION AUTHORIZATION - set the session user identifier and the current user identifier of the current session
    

     

    SYNOPSIS

    SET [ SESSION | LOCAL ] SESSION AUTHORIZATION username
    SET [ SESSION | LOCAL ] SESSION AUTHORIZATION DEFAULT
    RESET SESSION AUTHORIZATION
    
    
     

    DESCRIPTION

    This command sets the session user identifier and the current user identifier of the current SQL session to be username. The user name may be written as either an identifier or a string literal. Using this command, it is possible, for example, to temporarily become an unprivileged user and later switch back to being a superuser.

    The session user identifier is initially set to be the (possibly authenticated) user name provided by the client. The current user identifier is normally equal to the session user identifier, but might change temporarily in the context of SECURITY DEFINER functions and similar mechanisms; it can also be changed by SET ROLE [set_role(7)]. The current user identifier is relevant for permission checking.

    The session user identifier may be changed only if the initial session user (the authenticated user) had the superuser privilege. Otherwise, the command is accepted only if it specifies the authenticated user name.

    The SESSION and LOCAL modifiers act the same as for the regular SET [set(7)] command.

    The DEFAULT and RESET forms reset the session and current user identifiers to be the originally authenticated user name. These forms may be executed by any user.  

    NOTES

    SET SESSION AUTHORIZATION cannot be used within a SECURITY DEFINER function.  

    EXAMPLES

    SELECT SESSION_USER, CURRENT_USER;
    
     session_user | current_user 
    --------------+--------------
     peter        | peter
    
    SET SESSION AUTHORIZATION 'paul';
    
    SELECT SESSION_USER, CURRENT_USER;
    
     session_user | current_user 
    --------------+--------------
     paul         | paul
    
    
     

    COMPATIBILITY

    The SQL standard allows some other expressions to appear in place of the literal username, but these options are not important in practice. PostgreSQL allows identifier syntax ("username"), which SQL does not. SQL does not allow this command during a transaction; PostgreSQL does not make this restriction because there is no reason to. The SESSION and LOCAL modifiers are a PostgreSQL extension, as is the RESET syntax.

    The privileges necessary to execute this command are left implementation-defined by the standard.  

    SEE ALSO

    SET ROLE [set_role(7)]


     

    Index

    NAME
    SYNOPSIS
    DESCRIPTION
    NOTES
    EXAMPLES
    COMPATIBILITY
    SEE ALSO


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