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Single authentication for multiple databases
DBMan SQL description says that users can login to multiple databases with only one login authentication. How is this implemented?

In my application, users login to a first table which requires authentication of username & password to view.

A second table exists which also requires authentication to view if (per chance) it is accessed first.
I am of course using the same user table for both databases.

How do I allow a user who is consulting data from the first table to pass to the second table WITHOUT a further request for authentication? I suppose this relies on either session id or user name fields, but so far I do not understand how to do it.

I have not found the answer in these DBMan SQL help files or these fora. Thanks for any advice.

Charly
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Thread Single authentication for multiple databases charly 2793 Jun 3, 2002, 4:54 AM
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