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RBase or "Blast from the Past"

RBase or "Blast from the Past"

RBase or "Blast from the Past"

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Hey all,

I have an Rbase database that I am having problems with. It seems that I can't edit any of the fields in it and am begining to think that it has some sort of user access on it. The reason I think this is that there is a command I ran on it (list access) that comes back with Error-The owner cannot be NONE or PUBLIC when using SQL Access control. I am thinking that when I am in Rbase and connected to the database, I am recognized as NONE or PUBLIC by Rbase and so I am not part of the valid access list. Does anyone know how to maybe get Rbase to cough up this access list? If I can get the list, how do I "log in" so that Rbase recognizes me as a valid user?

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