A DBA or user informix can create the following procedures in a database:
- username: Operating System User
The owner name is not ignored when you create sysdbopen() and sysdbclose() procedures in non-ANSI databases, so youcan create these procedures for specific users in non-ANSI databases.
The following procedure creates a table oltp_stat, sets the role to oltp and PDQ priority to 10 for user oltp_user ina database:
- create procedure oltp_user.sysdbopen()
create table oltp_stat(userid int, connect_time datetime year to second);
set role to oltp;
set pdqpriority 10;
The following procedure creates a table public_stat, sets the role to others and the PDQ priority to 1 for the PUBLICgroup in a database.
- create procedure public.sysdbopen()
create table public_stat(userid int, connect_time datetime year to second);
set role to others;
set pdqpriority 1;
You can clean up any activities started by sysdbopen() in sysdbclose(). For example, if you had created some tables in sysdbopen(), you can drop those tables in sysdbclose().
The following procedures drop the tables created by the sysdbopen() procedures given above:
- create procedure oltp_user.sysdbclose()
drop table oltp_stat;
create procedure public.sysdbclose()
drop table public_stat;
A DBA or user informix can set the environment variable IFX_NODBPROC to any value, including 0, to prevent the execution of sysdbopen() and sysdbclose() procedures. When you set up sysdbopen() and sysdbclose() procedures, youcan set the environment variable IFX_NODBPROC and execute the procedures to test if the procedures work as expected. You need to unset the environment variable IFX_NODBPROC after testing.
For more information, see information on sysdbopen() and sysdbclose() in the IBM Informix Guide to SQL: Syntax