The SYSLOGINMAP system view contains one row for each user that can connect to the database using either an integrated login, or Kerberos login. As a security measure, only users with DBA authority can view the contents of this view. The underlying system table for this view is ISYSLOGINMAP.
|Column name||Data type||Description|
|login_mode||TINYINT||The type of login: 1 for integrated logins, 2 for Kerberos logins.|
|login_id||VARCHAR(1024)||Either the integrated login user profile name, or the Kerberos principal that maps to database_uid.|
|object_id||UNSIGNED BIGINT||A unique identifier, one for each mapping between user ID and database user ID.|
|database_uid||UNSIGNED INT||The database user ID to which the login ID is mapped.|
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