16.10 - Lower-level Teradata Directory Objects in the DIT Hierarchy - Teradata Database

Teradata Database Security Administration

Product
Teradata Database
Release Number
16.10
Release Date
June 2017
Content Type
Administration
Security
Publication ID
B035-1100-161K
Language
English (United States)

The following diagram shows the tree of lower-level Teradata directory objects that are children of the cn=systemone object shown in Teradata Database Objects in the DIT Hierarchy. The overall structure of the DIT implies that a similar tree also exists under the systemtwo object.



The structure of the sub-trees contained by the tdatRootNode (cn=tdat) is rigid and must appear in the directory exactly as shown.

where:

Row DN Object Class Description
Top cn=systemone tdatSystem The name of a Teradata Database system to which directory users can connect.
Middle cn=users tdatContainer Teradata directory object that contains user objects
cn=roles Teradata directory object that contains role objects
cn=profiles Teradata directory object that contains profile objects
cn=ipfilters Teradata directory object that contains IP filter objects
Bottom cn=bwq tdatUser Teradata Database username
cn=jcm
cn=profile1 tdatProfile Teradata Database profile name
cn=profile2 tdatProfile Teradata Database profile name
cn=adminrole tdatRole Teradata Database external role name
cn=userrole1
Bottom (continued) cn=ipfilter1 tdatIPFilter IP restriction filter name
cn=ipfilter2
The Teradata directory schema extensions define the object class.