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Message Posted: Mon, 03 Jun 2002 @ 15:46:06 GMT


     
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Subj:   Re: Teradata Security Question
 
From:   Mike Vanole

Jim,

This is a clever approach and merits serious consideration. We currently use account strings at the tool layer via odbc, or whatever to see how a person is using the system - we could use both. Business Objects is only an example. We use it and several other tools, including MSI, and homegrown tools, but this would work nicely all the way around, and fit with all of our other security measures and requirements.

To respond to Al Lee: This can be done by defining new hostids (reconfig), then grant/revoke logon access to those hosts, but you still can't tie a database to a hostid. Once that user is logged on they still have access to the database.



     
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