Creating read-only database users

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Creating read-only database users

In order for the collector to query the point product, you must set up a read-only database user account with access to the point product's database. You can use an existing database account, or you can create an account specifically for the collector.

Warning:
Please consult your database administrator before proceeding with any database procedures.

See Creating a read-only database user account for Microsoft SQL Server 2000.

See Creating a read-only database user account for Microsoft SQL Server 2005.

See Creating a read-only database user account for Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Desktop Engine (MSDE).

See Creating a read-only database user account for MySQL.

See Creating a read-only database user account for Sybase.

See Creating a read-only database user account for IBM DB2.

See Creating a read-only database user for Oracle.