If defined, this procedure is called after a connection has been found to be disconnected, either as a result of the client process disconnecting, the client process terminating or the server deciding to disconnect, see disconnect_user() . This will also be called if the DBEV_CONNECT hook signals an error, leading to the connection being closed during the connect sequence.

All activity on behalf of the disconnecting client is terminated by the time this function is called. This function runs in its own transaction. Result sets are prohibited, return values discarded and errors are logged in the error log file but not otherwise processed. The transaction is committed regardless of errors. The user and connection_id and any connection variables are defined during this hook.

Example 12.5. Disconnect Interception

create procedure DB.DBA.DBEV_DISCONNECT ()
  declare ctime datetime;
  dbg_obj_print (user, ' disconnected');
  ctime := connection_get ('login_time');
  update security_log set sl_logged_out = now () where
    sl_user = user and sl_logged_in = ctime;
  if (row_count () = 0)
    signal ('ELOGO', 'Logout by user with no login record.  This occurs when DBEV_CONNECT denied permission');

This function updates the row created by the connect hook to set the logout time.