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ERROR: language "c" is not trusted

P: n/a
I do the following as the user "postgres"

alberts-# RETURNS opaque
alberts-# AS '$libdir/mystuff' , 'foobar'
alberts-# LANGUAGE 'c'
alberts-# WITH (isstrict,iscachable);

Next I'd like to be able to use the funtion as a "normal" user
so I thy this:

grant USAGE ON LANGUAGE c TO alberts;
ERROR: language "c" is not trusted

OK, now what?

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Nov 11 '05 #1
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