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Remote Logins

By default, SQL Anywhere uses the names and passwords of its clients whenever it connects to a remote server on behalf of those clients. However, this default can be overridden by creating external logins. Remote (External) logins are alternate login names and passwords to be used when communicating with a remote server.


Only the DBA or user who will be using the external login can add or modify an external login.



Name specifies the local user login name. When using integrated logins, the login-name is the database user to which the Windows user or group is mapped.


Remote user name specifies the user account on remote server for the local user login name.


Password specifies the password for remote user. The remote user and the password combination must be valid on the remote server.


Remote login editor and Remote login properties window allow you to change the user password.


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