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NAME

       DROP USER MAPPING - remove a user mapping for a foreign server

SYNOPSIS

       DROP USER MAPPING [ IF EXISTS ] FOR { username | USER | CURRENT_USER | PUBLIC } SERVER servername

DESCRIPTION

       DROP USER MAPPING removes an existing user mapping from foreign server.

       The  owner  of  a foreign server can drop user mappings for that server
       for any user. Also, a user can drop a user mapping  for  his  own  user
       name if USAGE privilege on the server has been granted to the user.

PARAMETERS

       IF EXISTS
              Do  not  throw  an  error  if the user mapping does not exist. A
              notice is issued in this case.

       username
              User name of the mapping. CURRENT_USER and USER match  the  name
              of  the  current  user.  PUBLIC is used to match all present and
              future user names in the system.

       servername
              Server name of the user mapping.

EXAMPLES

       Drop a user mapping bob, server foo if it exists:

       DROP USER MAPPING IF EXISTS FOR bob SERVER foo;

COMPATIBILITY

       DROP USER MAPPING conforms to ISO/IEC 9075-9 (SQL/MED). The  IF  EXISTS
       clause is a PostgreSQL extension.

SEE ALSO

       CREATE   USER  MAPPING  [create_user_mapping(7)],  ALTER  USER  MAPPING
       [alter_user_mapping(7)]