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Encrypt Postgres functions to hide business logic

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Hi everyone,

how to encrypt functions in Postgresql so i can hide all my business logic ?

is there any option like with encryption present in MS SQL ?


Regards,

Yogesh.
May 7 '10 #1
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I don't know that feature in free postgres. You can find it in commercial postgres (postgresql plus advanced server) it is called EDB*Wrap.
Maybe there is a way to hide source code for example putting it in a table with limited rights and dynamically call it from a function (security definer function), but I didn't try that solution.
May 7 '10 #2

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