DROP statements are recorded in the Data Dictionary. However, the result of a DROP PROFILE, DROP DATABASE, or DROP ROLE statement is not cascaded to the user rows in DBC.Dbase, so the corresponding default setting for each affected user is not reset to NULL. When an affected user next logs on, the system does not return an error or warning.
- ACCOUNT, SPOOL, TEMP, and DEFAULT DATABASE specifications in the CREATE USER or latest MODIFY USER statement
- Password attributes defined at the system level in DBC.SecurityDefaultsV (see Teradata Vantage™ - Advanced SQL Engine Security Administration, B035-1100)