sections: authentication:authentication-permissions-execute-sql

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authentication:authentication-permissions-execute-sql authentication authentication-permissions-execute-sql Controlling the ability to execute arbitrary SQL The "allow_sql" block can be used to control who is allowed to execute arbitrary SQL queries, both using the form on the database page e.g. or by appending a ?_where= parameter to the table page as seen on . To enable just the root user to execute SQL for all databases in your instance, use the following: { "allow_sql": { "id": "root" } } To limit this ability for just one specific database, use this: { "databases": { "mydatabase": { "allow_sql": { "id": "root" } } } } ["Authentication and permissions", "Configuring permissions in metadata.json"] [{"href": "", "label": ""}, {"href": "", "label": ""}]