To ensure that role privileges are available to users at log on, you must define a default role for each user that is a member of one or more roles. If you do not specify a default role, the user must employ the SET ROLE statement to select the operant role. For example:
SET ROLE role_name;
SET ROLE ALL;
You can also use the SET ROLE statement to change from one role to another role within a session.To ensure that the user is operating with the appropriate role, specify the default role for a user as follows
- From the client program of your choice, log on to Teradata Database as user DBADMIN.
- Modify the user, for example:
MODIFY USER "GenUser1" AS STARTUP = '' DEFAULT DATABASE = "Personnel_Views" NO FALLBACK NO BEFORE JOURNAL NO AFTER JOURNAL COLLATION = HOST DEFAULT CHARACTER SET LATIN DATEFORM=INTEGERDATE TIME ZONE=NULL DEFAULT ROLE="Role_GenUser_2";