iNav is pretty general on this. Your choice is all or nothing. You have:
- Default access for all users
- Default access for users with All Object authority
- Individual users or groups (See "Customize")
Within those it's whether or not you allow them to use ODBC. No
restrictions as to what statements, databases or whatever are allowed.
If you are looking for the granularity shown in:
10. Work with Query Manager profiles
Select allowed SQL statements . . . . Y
You are SOL. See third party packages...
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