DB2 Basics: Users, Authentication, and Authorization

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6 Responses

  1. vivek says:

    Nice explanation

  2. Alex ten Bokkel Huinink says:

    At the bottom of the article there’s the text: “And when they differ, we have to use the registry variable DB2_RESTORE_GRANT_ADMIN_AUTHORITIES. This variable”

    It looks as if the text “This variable” is part of an unfinished explanation of the registry variable DB2_RESTORE_GRANT_ADMIN_AUTHORITIES.

    — Alex

  3. smit says:

    thanks. it was useful for me.

  4. SIVASANKAR says:

    crooks ,

    i have been following ur blogs since 2014 ,Each and every information is very helpful and useful information to cheer and rock as a Database Admin

  1. March 15, 2016

    […] already covered this in some detail in DB2 Basics: Users, Authentication, and Authorization. In general, keep the permissions that you allow any user or group to the minimum that they need to […]

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