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From:Tim Pownall Date:September 23 2012 7:50pm
Subject:Re: How to block SELECT * FROM table; but not SELECT * FROMT table WHERE...;
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 select * from table where column=value means it will return only rows that
match.  as long as you have proper indexing there should not be any issues.

On Sun, Sep 23, 2012 at 1:23 PM, Luis Daniel Lucio Quiroz <
luis.daniel.lucio@stripped> wrote:

> Helo,
>
> Just wondering if is possible to block SELECT queries that doesnt have
> a WHERE statement within.
>
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> LD
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How to block SELECT * FROM table; but not SELECT * FROMT table WHERE...;Luis Daniel Lucio Quiroz23 Sep
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  • Re: How to block SELECT * FROM table; but not SELECT * FROMT table WHERE...;Tim Pownall23 Sep
    • Re: How to block SELECT * FROM table; but not SELECT * FROMT tableWHERE...;Reindl Harald23 Sep
    • Re: How to block SELECT * FROM table; but not SELECT * FROMT table WHERE...;Arthur Fuller23 Sep
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