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Subject [Db-derby Wiki] Update of "UserIdentifiers" by DanDebrunner
Date Thu, 17 Jan 2008 15:54:05 GMT
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The following page has been changed by DanDebrunner:
http://wiki.apache.org/db-derby/UserIdentifiers

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  = User Identifiers in Derby =
  == Overview ==
- A user in Derby is represented by a case-insensitive value, called ''normal user name''
in this document. E.g.''EVE'', ''eve'', ''eVe'', ''eve@yahoo.com'' are all different users.
A user name can be provided to or read from Derby in a number of forms, e.g. SQL identifiers,
a String in a Java program etc. This wiki page summarizes the how a user name is treated in
various situations.
+ A user in Derby is represented by a case-sensitive value, called ''normal user name'' in
this document. E.g.''EVE'', ''eve'', ''eVe'', ''eve@yahoo.com'' are all different users. A
user name can be provided to or read from Derby in a number of forms, e.g. SQL identifiers,
a String in a Java program etc. This wiki page summarizes the how a user name is treated in
various situations.
  
  Note that rules for user names in Derby are independent on how that user name is defined
to Derby or authenticated. Thus these rules apply if the database is using the BUILTIN authentication
or LDAP authentication.
  == User Name Rules ==

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