Creating Databases, Users, Roles and Access Privileges¶
A Virtual DataPort server can contain several databases (do not confuse with the external databases that can act as data sources). These databases represent virtual schemas comprised of data sources, views, stored procedures, etc.
This section does not explain all the concepts related with databases, users, roles and their access privileges. It only explains the VQL statements to manage them. The section Databases, Users and Access Rights in Virtual DataPort of the Administration Guide explains in detail all these concepts.
To manage the databases, users, roles and their privileges, of a Virtual DataPort server, you need to connect to the server using an administrator-type user.