Hi, ALL,
On the page it says:

A character string with the name used in a particular database, which can be different from the login name.
However, this page uses this in the example to (presumably) retrieve the user connected to the DB.

Does the sample implies that I can use such technique? Or this is merely a sample?

If its the latter - what condition would trigger an inconsistency the first page is referencing? Or this is for ODBC v1/v2 and in version 3 this works consistently across different DB vendors?

I'm actually looking for a username which has a current connection (or the one that currently connected to the DB).

Thank you.