Up to this point, a table has always been shown as a whole. When the table contained 1 million rows, it was possible to retrieve 1 million rows from it. If somebody had the rights to read a table, it was all about the entire table. In many cases, this is not enough. Often, it is desirable that a user is not allowed to see all the rows.
Consider the following real-world example: an accountant is doing accounting work for many people. The table containing tax rates should really be visible to everybody as everybody has to pay the same rates. However, when it comes to the actual transactions, the accountant might want to ensure that everybody is only allowed to see his or her own transactions. Person A