|Subject||RE: Re: [firebird-support] Firebird 2.5 and trusted authentication issue|
Thank you Helen,
Enclosed with quotas work fine.
Regarding role names -> I can not change them.. I mean I must not.
As you know the firebird 2.5 does not support domain groups in trusted auth. I have a lot of users grouped in different domain groups! My role names equals domain name groups and i match users and roles by some Delphi code. So finally in that way i can give rights to domain groups ;)
That's why it is more complicated and long time cost to give a task to administrators to change group names ....
Thank you for support
---In firstname.lastname@example.org, <helebor@...> wrote:At 09:45 a.m. 6/11/2013, marto94114@... wrote:
>I need to use firebird 2.5 and windows trusted authentication.Simply put, a role name is an SQL identifier, so it must comply with Firebird's rules for identifiers. If you *really* must have a space in a role name, you'll have to enclose it in double quotes when you define it (that will also make it case-sensitive) AND always include the double quotes when you use it in your applications.
>I works perfect if my role is one word but if it is more then one it is not working!
>I have a domain groups SUPER_USER and GOOD USER. I have the same roles in my database. I am member of both of them as windows domain user.
>When I connect to database with role: "SUPER_USER" (without user and pass) using trusted auth. it works perfect. BUT If I connect with role GOOD USER using trusted auth. firebird logs me in database with public account.
>I can not fidn anything in internet!
>DO firebird 2.5 has problem wirh two or more separated words as role?
But instead of making a rod for your back (my opinion of quoted identifiers!), why not use the underscore as your separator?
Helen Borrie, Support Consultant, IBPhoenix (Pacific)
Author of "The Firebird Book" and "The Firebird Book Second Edition"