SQLite user permissions

A quick introduction to SQLite user permissions

I introduced user permissions in MySQL and PostgreSQL.

One thing to note about SQLite is permission management, useGRANTwithREVOKE,unavailable.

Unavailable becauseThis is impossible.

The reason is that the SQLite database is independently contained in a single file.

This is due to the SQLite architecture.

Any content that has access to SQLite files can access any content inside the database.

Unable to grant permissionAt the database level.

If your application needs to implement user permissions, you can implement it at the application level (for example in your API server), but it's up to you.

If your application must require user privileges, you can also reconsider choosing a DBMS and use MySQL/MariaDB's PostgreSQL instead.


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