4. SQL Statements : DROP ROLE
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The DROP ROLE statement removes the specified role identifiers from the installation. Any session using a role identifier when the identifier is dropped continues to run with the privileges defined for that identifier.
The DROP ROLE statement has the following format:
[EXEC SQL] DROP ROLE role_id {, role_id};
Specifies an existing role identifier. If the list of role_ids contains any that do not exist, the DBMS Server returns an error for each non-existent role_id, but does not abort the statement. Others in the list that are valid, existing role identifiers, are removed.