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SQL Anywhere 12.0.0 » SQL Anywhere Server - Database Administration » Configuring your database


Managing user IDs, authorities, and permissions

Permissions allow you to restrict access to objects and commands based on a user's identity and group membership. Users with access permission, such as the creator of the object, can choose to grant permissions on the object to other users or groups.

Database permissions and authorities
Managing user permissions and authorities
Managing connected users
Managing groups
Managing the resources connections use
Managing login policies
Specifying the permissions required to execute file administration statements
Database object names and prefixes
Using views and procedures for extra security
Changing ownership on nested objects
How user permissions are assessed
Users and permissions in the catalog