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Message Posted: Fri, 08 Feb 2003 @ 00:34:51 GMT
| Subj: || || Re: Users |
| From: || || Jim Downey |
This is an interesting statement. I am not sure what the additional flexibility it adds. For example, you can always add users even if
you add databases.
One of the potential benefits I see is that we create databases to hold data then have to come up with a userid that we want to have
access to load the database. Using your suggestion, one would create a database as a user, assign it perm space and grant permission's to
itself. Then you just logon with that id.