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By ronen ariely on 14/06/2016 08:05

Row-Level Security enables customers to control access to rows in a database table. Access to row-level data in a table is restricted by security predicate, defined as an inline table-valued function. The function is then invoked and enforced by a security policy.

According to the BOL, RLS filter predicates are functionally equivalent to appending a WHERE clause. The predicate can be as sophisticated as business practices dictate, or the clause can be as simple as WHERE TenantId = 42. Is this accurate?