CURRENT_ROLE

MariaDB starting with 10.0.5

Roles were introduced in MariaDB 10.0.5.

Syntax

CURRENT_ROLE, CURRENT_ROLE()

Description

Returns the current role name. This determines your access privileges. The return value is a string in the utf8 character set.

If there is no current role, NULL is returned.

The output of SELECT CURRENT_ROLE is equivalent to the contents of the ENABLED_ROLES Information Schema table.

USER() returns the combination of user and host used to login. CURRENT_USER() returns the account used to determine current connection's privileges.

Examples

SELECT CURRENT_ROLE;
+--------------+
| CURRENT_ROLE |
+--------------+
| NULL         |
+--------------+

SET ROLE staff;

SELECT CURRENT_ROLE;
+--------------+
| CURRENT_ROLE |
+--------------+
| staff        |
+--------------+

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