[cap-talk] named queries are non-delegatable authority to instances
mikesamuel at gmail.com
Sat Jan 5 01:06:59 EST 2008
Can you treat views as capabilities?
Views can do many things that membranes do, such as present a read-only
interface to a table or set of tables, and present an interface to a table
that contains some columns but not others, or filter out certain rows. And
If you get rid of create table, then only someone who has a view to the
master table can modify or inspect schemas.
On 04/01/2008, John Carlson <john.carlson3 at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> Here I go again. Trying to add capabilities to SQL databases.
> Here's my next try:
> Named queries are essentially non-delegatable authority to instances
> in a SQL database.
> Whereas classes give you full authority to create instances, with
> named queries, you have to go through a proxy to create instances.
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