The SYSUSERAUTH view is provided for compatibility with older versions of SQL Anywhere. Use the SYSUSERAUTHORITY system view instead. See SYSUSERAUTHORITY system view.
Each row of the SYSUSERAUTH view describes a user, without exposing their user_id. Instead, each user is identified by their user name. Because this view displays passwords, this view does not have PUBLIC select permission.
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"."SYSUSERAUTH"( name, password,resourceauth,dbaauth,scheduleauth,user_group ) as select SYSUSERPERM.user_name, SYSUSERPERM.password, SYSUSERPERM.resourceauth, SYSUSERPERM.dbaauth, SYSUSERPERM.scheduleauth, SYSUSERPERM.user_group from SYS.SYSUSERPERM;
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