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Message Posted: Thu, 05 Jun 2003 @ 19:39:04 GMT

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Subj:   Re: Restrict Fallback on a Database
From:   Adam DeYoung

If a user has CREATE/DROP TABLE on a database, they can add or drop fallback on the tables within it. By revoking those rights you can prevent users from adding fallback. For development databases where users need to create their own tables for testing, you can't do much to prevent it other than create a "no fallback" policy and hope they adhere to it. To enforce that policy you could schedule a script to run on a regular basis that identifies all fallback tables that should not be fallback and alter them to no fallback.

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