The following list contains the new or enhanced permissions and authorities in SQL Anywhere. You must upgrade your database to make use of these changes. See Upgrading SQL Anywhere.
PROFILE, READCLIENTFILE, READFILE, and WRITECLIENTFILE are inheritable
DBA, BACKUP, and RESOURCE authority are not inheritable
See Authorities overview.
New PROFILE authority Previously, a user needed DBA authority to perform application profiling and diagnostics tracing. Now, users with PROFILE authority can also perform these tasks. For the full list of permissions available to PROFILE authority, see PROFILE authority.
New READCLIENTFILE authority The READCLIENTFILE authority allows a user read from a file on a client computer. For example, to use the LOAD TABLE statement to load data from a file on the client computer, the user needs READCLIENTFILE authority. See READCLIENTFILE authority.
New WRITECLIENTFILE authority The WRITECLIENTFILE authority allows a user to write to a file on a client computer. For example, to use the UNLOAD TABLE statement to unload data to a file on the client computer, the user needs WRITECLIENTFILE authority. See WRITECLIENTFILE authority.
CREATE permission supported for dbspaces SQL Anywhere now supports the CREATE ON permission for creating database object on the specified dbspace. The CREATE permission can be assigned to the user, or inherited through group membership. See GRANT statement and Understanding permissions.
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