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Pervasive.SQL v9 keeps showing a user's old user-id

Pervasive.SQL v9 keeps showing a user's old user-id

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We are currently using Pervasive.SQLv9. We have a new employee transfer from a different dept into our dept. The user's id was changed from the old u05a22 to the new u54p12. When the user logs into into Pervasive.SQL with the new id (u54p12) the Pervasive Software Monitor Utility keeps showing the user with the old id (u05a22) instead of the new id. I want P.SQL to only show the user with the new id (u54p12). How can I make P.SQL show the user with the new id (u54p12)?

Platform: Win XP Prof sp2
Pervasive.SQl v9


Please help!

Thanks,
blitz92

RE: Pervasive.SQL v9 keeps showing a user's old user-id

Which part of the monitor are you looking at?  Is it the Relational or Transactional Active Users?  
For the Transactional side, PSQL uses either the machine login name or the URI login name.  Is the "u05a22" and "u54p12" an application login name or a machine login name?

Mirtheil
Certified Pervasive Developer
Certified Pervasive Technician
http://www.mirtheil.com

RE: Pervasive.SQL v9 keeps showing a user's old user-id

(OP)
I am looking at the Transactional Active Users

Both "u05a22" and "u54p12" are application login names to get into MS Windows Domain server (Win server 2003). Do the answers help? The user first logs into the network domain, then the user can separately login again into the application using the same userid above.

Thnaks,
blitz92

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