C/SIDE System Tables

System tables are stored in the database just like normal database tables. However, unlike normal database tables, they are created automatically. The information in system tables is closely related to the DBMS, which uses the system tables to manage, for example, system security and permissions in C/SIDE.

You can read, write, modify, and delete the information in system tables.


There are eight system tables in C/SIDE. The following six tables handle system security:

The following two tables define data structure:


To insert, modify, or delete information in the User, Member Of, User Role, Permission, Windows Access Control, and Windows Login tables, you must have at least the same permissions as the users whose permissions you want to modify. This means that you can only assign or take away permissions that you yourself have.

See Also


Object-Level Security