This view is deprecated because it only shows the authorities and permissions available in previous versions. You should change your application to use the SYSUSERAUTHORITY system view instead.
Similar to the SYSUSERPERM view, each row of the SYSUSERPERMS view describes one user ID. However, password information is not included. All users are allowed to read from this view.
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"."SYSUSERPERMS" as select SYSUSERPERM.user_id, SYSUSERPERM.user_name, SYSUSERPERM.resourceauth, SYSUSERPERM.dbaauth, SYSUSERPERM.scheduleauth, SYSUSERPERM.user_group, SYSUSERPERM.publishauth, SYSUSERPERM.remotedbaauth, SYSUSERPERM.remarks from SYS.SYSUSERPERM;
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