Each row of the SYSREMOTEUSERS view describes a user ID with REMOTE permissions (a subscriber), together with the status of SQL Remote messages that were sent to and from that user.
The tables and columns that make up this view are provided in the SQL statement below. To learn more about a particular table or column, use the links provided beneath the view definition.
ALTER VIEW "SYS"."SYSREMOTEUSERS" as select u.user_name,r.consolidate,t.type_name,r.address,r.frequency, r.send_time, (if r.frequency = 'A' then null else if r.frequency = 'P' then if r.time_sent is null then current timestamp else(select min(minutes(a.time_sent,60*hour(a.send_time) +minute(seconds(a.send_time,59)))) from SYS.ISYSREMOTEUSER as a where a.frequency = 'P' and a.send_time = r.send_time) endif else if current date+r.send_time > coalesce(r.time_sent,current timestamp) then current date+r.send_time else current date+r.send_time+1 endif endif endif) as next_send, r.log_send,r.time_sent,r.log_sent,r.confirm_sent,r.send_count, r.resend_count,r.time_received,r.log_received, r.confirm_received,r.receive_count,r.rereceive_count from SYS.ISYSREMOTEUSER as r join SYS.ISYSUSER as u on(u.user_id = r.user_id) join SYS.ISYSREMOTETYPE as t on(t.type_id = r.type_id)
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