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Using Custom Schemas

By default, your database has a public schema which is automatically exposed on data APIs. You can also expose custom database schemas - to do so you need to follow these steps:

  1. Go to API settings and add your custom schema to "Exposed schemas".
  2. Run the following SQL, substituting myschema with your schema name:

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GRANT USAGE ON SCHEMA myschema TO anon, authenticated, service_role;
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GRANT ALL ON ALL TABLES IN SCHEMA myschema TO anon, authenticated, service_role;
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GRANT ALL ON ALL ROUTINES IN SCHEMA myschema TO anon, authenticated, service_role;
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GRANT ALL ON ALL SEQUENCES IN SCHEMA myschema TO anon, authenticated, service_role;
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ALTER DEFAULT PRIVILEGES FOR ROLE postgres IN SCHEMA myschema GRANT ALL ON TABLES TO anon, authenticated, service_role;
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ALTER DEFAULT PRIVILEGES FOR ROLE postgres IN SCHEMA myschema GRANT ALL ON ROUTINES TO anon, authenticated, service_role;
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ALTER DEFAULT PRIVILEGES FOR ROLE postgres IN SCHEMA myschema GRANT ALL ON SEQUENCES TO anon, authenticated, service_role;

Now you can access these schemas from data APIs:


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// Initialize the JS client
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import { createClient } from '@supabase/supabase-js'
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const supabase = createClient(SUPABASE_URL, SUPABASE_ANON_KEY, { db: { schema: 'myschema' } })
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// Make a request
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const { data: todos, error } = await supabase.from('todos').select('*')