So we have four SQL Remote Users that we are attempting to revoke from the list of SQL Remote Users on our production database.
I would remove the users outright, but they will still be logging into the database internally in the office.
When I attempt to revoke each remote, I get the warning about subscriptions. I say I'm sure. Revoke the user's remote status.
Immediately I receive an error saying - The user user_name could not be modified in the database. Cannot revoke the permissions while user user_name is actively replicating transactions.
SQLCODE: -1080 SQLSTATE: 40001 SQL Statement: REVOKE REMOTE FROM user_name
I went into each users subscriptions and turned them off. And then removed them. I also did a remote reset on each user.
When I attempted to revoke the remote again, I still received the same error.
Am I missing something additional that needs to be deleted or changed in order to revoke these users from the SQL Remote Users list?
Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated!!
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asked 23 Sep '16, 15:43