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Does anyone know how to see the date a user was created in Sybase using a select statement?

asked 08 Dec '10, 10:04

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John Dickerson
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If you are running SQL Anywhere 10 or newer, the following access on the system catalog should work:

select user_name, creation_time
from sys.sysobject key join sys.sysuser
order by 1

I'm not really sure for v10, as I currently use 11.0.1 and 12.0.0, but AFAIK starting with v10 all database objects are contained with their creation timestamp in table sysobject.


Note: Starting with v11, sysuser additionally contains a field password_creation_time in case that timestamp is important, too.

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answered 08 Dec '10, 12:16

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Works on V10.1.

(23 Dec '10, 07:56) Dmitri
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