Ordinarily, when Notes data is accessed in SQL, as through a DB2 access
view (DAV) user-level
security checks are done on the user, through Notes user name - DB2 user
name mapping. If you
don't want to use user name mapping, you can control access to DAVs by
using DB2's GRANT
mechanism, by adding this setting to the notes.ini file on the DB2 Access
server. When this
notes.ini setting is enabled, anonymous access to Notes is used whenever
a DB2 user name is
not mapped to a Notes user name.
0 - Disables anonymous access
1 - Enables
anonymous access through DB2 GRANT mechanism
None Although enabling anonymous access removes the name mapping
Domino still controls access to the DAV. In order to use anonymous
access, the Domino server
must allow anonymous access and the default access level of the NSF
associated with the DAV
must provide sufficient rights to perform the requested SQL operation.
For example, read
permission for SELECTS, author permission for INSERTs, and so forth.
Allow_Anonymous_Access_From_DB2 = value