We’ve always had row-level security in Hyperlambda. However, as of today, row-level security in Hyperlambda and SQL is a declarative feature when generating your CRUD backend. Look at the below screenshot to understand.
The above is a simple table I added to the Aista CRM plugin using SQL Studio. The idea is to have a single table where each user can store notes for later. The “owner” field is the username of who’s note the particular record belongs to. No users should have access to other users’ notes. This idea is called “row level security”. If you reproduce the above database table in SQL Studio then go to the CRUD Generator, and select your database and table, you’ll see something like this if you expand the “owner” column.