Roles in Database Relationship Between Users and Roles in Database

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Discuss, in your own words using 500 words or more, the relationship between users and roles in databases. Explain why we use roles rather than simply assigning rights and privileges to each individual user. Consider how to handle new hires and job changes.

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Relationship Between Users and Roles in Database
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Relationship Between Users and Roles in Database

Database users differ in various ways depending on their privileges and roles. Users
can be categorized into three groups namely; super users, object owners and everyone else
who uses a database. A superuser is often the database administrator who is always assigned
when a new database is created. A superuser can grant and revoke privileges to other users
and roles; however, he does not have the same privileges as the Linux superuser. The second
category of users, the object owner, creates a particular database ob...

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