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    Copy of a schema?

    Hello

    I am using Oracle 9i on Windows 2000.

    I have a user account which name is "A", it has 10 tables. I want to create another user account "B". Is here any query to create a user account "B" which suould be the same copy of the existing user account "A" ( I mean the old user account's tables should be created in the new user account ).

    Thanks.
    Namet ullah kalair

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    Re: Copy of a schema?

    Originally posted by nametullah
    Hello

    I am using Oracle 9i on Windows 2000.

    I have a user account which name is "A", it has 10 tables. I want to create another user account "B". Is here any query to create a user account "B" which suould be the same copy of the existing user account "A" ( I mean the old user account's tables should be created in the new user account ).

    Thanks.
    Namet ullah kalair
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    Last edited by SANJAY_G; 05-21-2003 at 04:41 AM.
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    It means no query available to do this job???

    Namet ullah kalair

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    What do u mean by query?
    Sanjay clearly told what u have to do.See the post of Psoni.

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    Create table as ....

    Is here any query like

    Create user as ...

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    no such SQL exists

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