Groups do introduce complexities in the permissions of individual users. Suppose user M_Haneef has SELECT and UPDATE permissions on a specific table individually, but is also a member of two groups. Suppose one of these groups has no access to the table at all, and one has only SELECT access. What are the permissions in effect for this user?
SQL Anywhere decides whether a user ID has permission to perform a specific action in the following manner:
This approach minimizes problems associated with the order in which permissions are set.
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