In Sybase Central, you can manage the remote permission of both users and groups. Remote permissions allow normal users and groups to become remote users in a SQL Remote replication setup to exchange replication messages with the consolidated database.
You cannot grant remote permissions to a user until you define at least one message type in the database.
To grant remote permissions to a group, you must explicitly grant remote permissions to each user in the group. Remote permissions are not inherited by members of a group.
After granting a user remote permissions, you can subscribe the user to publications.
Use the SQL Anywhere 12 plug-in to connect to the database as a user with DBA authority.
Click Users & Groups.
Right-click a user and then click Change To Remote User.
Complete the fields and click OK.
Revoking remote permissions reverts a remote user to a normal user. Revoking these permissions also automatically unsubscribes that user from all publications.
Connect to the database as a user with DBA authority.
Click Users & Groups or SQL Remote Users.
Right-click a user and then click Revoke Remote.
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