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I have been using PHP for a while now. When people say PHP, its usually associated with MySQL as its backend database. But PHP will work with pretty much any database. Few years ago I wrote about how … Continue reading
Starting from DB2 V9.1, IBM added a parameter on the CREATE DATABASE command called RESTRICTIVE. When this parameter is specified nobody other than the userid creating the database gets any implicit access to the database. The database is automatically … Continue reading
We often grant permissions against table for users. Some use the GUI, some just script it out. I wrote a quick stored procedure that will take couple of input parameter and run the grant against the tables. Just for the … Continue reading