Octo uses an M routine to manage the users of the database and other administrative tasks, called %ydboctoAdmin.
%ydboctoAdmin allows the user to add, delete and view a list of users with show.
yottadb -r %ydboctoAdmin <action> <subAction> <arguments>
<action> is either add, delete or show.
<subAction> refers to
<arguments> would be the specific arguments passed to the command.
The following is an example of adding users to the database:
yottadb -r %ydboctoAdmin add user OctoUser
This adds OctoUser as a user of the database, after verifying the password for the user.
The following is an example of deleting users from the database:
yottadb -r %ydboctoAdmin delete user OctoUser
This deletes OctoUser from the list of users in the database.
The following is an example of the database showing a list of users:
yottadb -r %ydboctoAdmin show users
This shows a list of the users of the database.