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Adding USer(userids) to ROLES in DB2 UDB v9.5

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We have just embarked on using ROLES (without any formal training) to manage access to our database/tables. As silly as this may sound, I am unable to find any example of how to do that. For exampl, we have a read only role category called ABCDUSERS_R and I want to add users to this role. What is the syntax to accomplish this task?

As always, any help will be appreciated.
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momi_sabag,

You are the man. It worked for me. I thank you!

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The link was the source for solving my problem.

Thanks a million!
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