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Interbase user cannot login into the Interbase server

Interbase user cannot login into the Interbase server

Interbase user cannot login into the Interbase server

(OP)
i  an interbase database (interbase 6.5)
my interbase server is 20 user additional
i login by SYSDBA/masterkey
Wich isthe owner of all my database
and i created a user then
i logout the interbase server for login by
the new user but it does not accept.

RE: Interbase user cannot login into the Interbase server

You must grant rights to the new user, without it Interbase will not let this user login

Steven van Els
SAvanEls@cq-link.sr

RE: Interbase user cannot login into the Interbase server

(OP)
i did that but it still refuse
knowing that on the other server(unlimited number of users)
when i create a user i can login by it on the interbase server before grantig any previliges to it.

RE: Interbase user cannot login into the Interbase server

The passwords are case sensitive.

Steven van Els
SAvanEls@cq-link.sr

RE: Interbase user cannot login into the Interbase server

(OP)
yes svanels i take that in consederation
but i don't know what is the problem

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