I am relatively new to this community. I have been lurking in the background for a week or so.
The survey is not sensative or private data. However, it makes use of a username and password that will be given to participants to reduce the likelyhood of extranious data being entered.
For the sake of my question my database is call test_survey. It has two users test_srvyadm and test_srvyusr. The test_srvyusr is the username people who are filling out the survey will be given. The test_srvyadm will be the username for administering the survey and reviewing the results.
I am in the final stages of development. I have the survey setup where it collects, validates and enters data in to the database. I am in process of making some final refinements before I go into production.
My question is how do I set the rights of test_srvyusr in the database to just be able to insert rows? I have found plenty of documents that explain how to do this if I had root access to the database but as this is a shared environment I don't.
Maybe things work the same but I figured I would look for some guidance before I went for the trial and error approach.