- Revokes permission to log on to Teradata Database from one or more specific client systems.
- Changes the current system logon defaults.
See GRANT LOGON for information about granting logon privileges.
You must have the EXECUTE privilege on the DBC.LogonRule macro to perform REVOKE LOGON.
No checks are made on whether the database names or user names defined in the statement apply to users owned by the requesting user.
If the system cannot verify the submitted statement because it specifies a nonvalid user name or a nonvalid host ID, then an error is returned.
- an integer that identifies a mainframe connection or a workstation connection that is currently defined to the system by the hardware configuration data. The interface need not be operational.
- The value for the Teradata Database console is 0.
- For any other connector, the value for host_id ranges from 1 through 32,767.
- any source through which a logon is attempted, including the Teradata Database console.
- AS DEFAULT
- that the current default for the specified host ID set is to be changed, without residual conditions, as defined in this REVOKE LOGON request.
- A request with AS DEFAULT has no effect on the access revoked from or granted to particular user names. A request that sets the default for a specific host ID takes precedence over a request that sets the default for ALL client systems.
- keywords introduced to override the current default for the specified database_name_list or user_name set on the specified host_ID set.
- One or more user names from whom logons are to be revoked.
- The name DBC cannot be specified as a user_name in a REVOKE LOGON request. Any request that specifies the name DBC as a user aborts and returns an error message to the requestor.
- The product of the number of host IDs and the number of database and user names cannot exceed 25.