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Stored procedures
User (Property)
In french: Utilisateur
ODBCHFSQLNot available with these kinds of connection
The User property allows to manage the user of an Connection (HFSQL Client/Server, OLE DB, ...). You can:
  • Find out the user of a connection (HFSQL Client/Server, OLE DB, ...).
  • Define the user of a connection (HFSQL Client/Server, OLE DB, ...). In this case, if the connection is currently opened, it will be closed and reopened with the new parameters during the first access to a file that uses this connection.
Remark: The connection can correspond to:
Remark: From version 19, HFSQL is the new name of HyperFileSQL.
Example
MyConnection is Connection
// Describe the connection
MyConnection.User = "FP"
MyConnection.Password = "Test"
MyConnection.Server = "MYSERVER"
MyConnection.Database = "Database"
MyConnection.Provider = hAccessHFClientServer
MyConnection.Access = hOReadWrite
MyConnection.ExtendedInfo = "Extended information"
MyConnection.CursorOptions = hClientCursor
 
HOpenConnection(MyConnection)
Syntax

Finding out the user of a connection Hide the details

<User name> = <Connection used>.User
<User name>: Character string
Name of the user of the connection.
<Connection used>: Connection name
Name of connection used. This name was defined:

Defining the user of a connection Hide the details

<Connection used>.User = <New user name>
<Connection used>: Connection name
Name of connection used. This name was defined:
<New user name>: Character string (with quotes)
Name of the user of the connection.
Remarks
CtUserName is used to define the user of a connection. This property is kept for backward compatibility. It is advisable to use the Property User.
See also
Minimum version required
  • Version 10
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