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Re: Protecting stored procedures in a commercial product
Posted by: Mark H
Date: June 02, 2019 05:13PM

Fair enough but... taking into account i’m new to MySQL and come from a sql server environment, a sys admin (To me) has all permissions, can do and see anything. I’m wondering what the approach is for protecting code in a commercial product. Obviously I wouldn’t want to write all the sql as part of a compiled frontend and have nothing but tables on the server. My question is related to protecting IPR, though worded badly perhaps... so would I be correct in assuming that the only protection is an contractual agreement, that any commercial product is fully exposed?


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