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  1. Using a text editor, create the file from which you want to import XUSER entries.

    On each line of the file, specify the options for an XUSER entry and the set or clear command.

    You cannot use the –b option in the file.

    You can use any name for the file.

  2. To import a file into XUSER, enter the following command:

    xuser -b <file>


You import a file containing the following commands:

Example Example

  1. -U MK –u MONA,RED –d DEMODB –n GENUA –t 90 –l 1 set
  2. -U DK –u DAVID,BLUE –d DEMODB set
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This creates the following XUSER entries:

  • User key MK, user MONA, password RED, database name DEMODB, computer GENUA, timeout 90 seconds, isolation level 1

  • User key DK, user DAVID, password BLUE, database name DEMODB