According to the manual, you'd first grant CONNECT privileges, then you can grant DBA.
Not sure why it says the admin id isn't an SQL user. On NT it should default to the administrator you installed with.
At 02:56 PM 03/17/2004, you wrote:
Glenn, et al. I have a client who has never used SQL and I want to use it for something. So I tried to create a schema and it says Will.Johnson is not an SQL user. Ok so I tried to create myself as a user while logged in as administrator And it says TREGUNDO\Administrator is not an SQL user.
In UV_USERS it says PRIMO\Administrator has DBAuth set to YES So I tried to login as PRIMO\Administrator and then Grant DBA to Will.Johnson and it says PRIMO\Administrator is not an SQL user
Even though that is the name in UV_Users But then again I've never tried to use SQL before.
Ultimately I want to create a trigger on a certain file and to do that it appears I need to be an SQL user. Because I tried to do it and it says I'm not an SQL user.
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