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Pretend to be another user

Posted on 2004-10-06
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I am a DBA.

There was a time that i issued a SQL Command to pretend to be another user.

For example, i am xyz/abc (xyz - domain name, abc - user name), after issueing that command, i now become xyz/def.

Anybody help me recall that SQL command?



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