Creating new user/privileges in 9i???
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  1. #1
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    Creating new user/privileges in 9i???

    Hi,

    I am new to the board and am having a problem creating a user in 9i on HP 11i.

    I have a existing db created by 1 user (my_admin).

    I created a role called NEW_USER and consists of the following statements:

    GRANT ALL ON TABLE1 to NEW_USER;
    GRANT ALL ON TABLE2 to NEW_USER; .................

    I then create a new user (my_user) and

    GRANT NEW_USER TO MY_USER;

    When I log into SQLPlus as my_user and run a select statement, All of the objects (TABLE1, TABLE2, etc) do not exist under my new user.

    Any help on what I am missing or doing wrong?

    Thanks in advance!
    Joe

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    You should do some reading about basic database stuff, like synonyms or full name notation (i.e. OWNER.TABLE_NAME). Oracle Concepts manual should be a good starting point....
    Jurij Modic
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    Yeah, jmodic is right.

    Try to give privileges to the role writing the user name, as:

    GRANT ALL ON OWNER.TABLE1 to NEW_USER;
    GRANT ALL ON OWNER.TABLE2 to NEW_USER;

    Probably this will help.

    Regards

  4. #4
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    Hi,
    If those tables are owned by some other user, then create synonyms in my_user and then give all the grants to my_user. then you can see tables listed...

    Thanks
    PNRDBA

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    Thanks for the help! I got it working.

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