Used as a noun, this is a message that displays when someone logs into the MUD. See also disconnect.
To log on to a database. You must connect if you want to create or modify queries or access an application stored in a database.
To establish a connection between 2 computers on the Internet or other network. The connection is then used for sending and receiving data. See also Disconnect.
To identify yourself to Oracle by entering your username and password in order to gain access to the database. In SQL*Plus, the CONNECT command allows you to log off Oracle and then log back on with a specified username.
To access an Oracle database using a valid username and password. Similar to logging on to an operating system using an account name and password. You must connect if you want to create or modify queries or access a display stored in a database.
To connect, in the context of networks and the Internet, can refer to a physical connection such as wiring, modems or network hardware. It can also refer to the process of logging on to a network or logging on to the Internet through an Internet Service Provider. Source: TechSoup.org
In DB2, to access objects at the database level.