Authorizing thin clients

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Kurt Semba Kurt Semba
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Authorizing thin clients

Hi all,

 

is there a way to define which SQL statements a thin client is allowed to execute (some users don’t need the rights to drop / create /alter tables, etc.)? Or which SQL tables that client is allowed to query?

 

Thanks

Kurt

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Re: Authorizing thin clients

Hi Kurt,

Unfortunately from the box Ignite provide only simple username/password authentication for thin clients.

You can read more about it here:

https://apacheignite.readme.io/docs/advanced-security

BR,
Andrei

10/1/2019 3:08 PM, Kurt Semba пишет:

Hi all,

 

is there a way to define which SQL statements a thin client is allowed to execute (some users don’t need the rights to drop / create /alter tables, etc.)? Or which SQL tables that client is allowed to query?

 

Thanks

Kurt

Kurt Semba Kurt Semba
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RE: Authorizing thin clients

Thank you for the feedback!

Kurt

 

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Hi Kurt,

Unfortunately from the box Ignite provide only simple username/password authentication for thin clients.

You can read more about it here:

https://apacheignite.readme.io/docs/advanced-security

BR,
Andrei

10/1/2019 3:08 PM, Kurt Semba пишет:

Hi all,

 

is there a way to define which SQL statements a thin client is allowed to execute (some users don’t need the rights to drop / create /alter tables, etc.)? Or which SQL tables that client is allowed to query?

 

Thanks

Kurt