When I create a policy on a table, is it possible to call a function (in the using expression) that takes the whole table record as a parameter, something like:
create table my_table(col1….coln);
create policy my_policy on my_table using (my_func(<record>));
my_table has tons of columns (more than one hundred), I would like to avoid to name them when creating the policy:
create policy my_policy on my_table for select using (my_func(col1,col2,col3,…,coln));
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