DB2 security, Part 7, Object ownership management for DB2 9

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Kevin Yeung-Kuen See

Date archived: February 23, 2017 | First published: August 24, 2006

Just like managing authorities and privileges in a database, managing database object ownership can be problematic if the company has a high turnover. This article introduces a new IBM® DB2® 9 feature that lets you transfer ownership, and an orphan ID concept to help you to cope with the object ownership management nightmare.

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