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    Oracle permission for snapshot

    Hi!

    I'm trying to create a snapshot using a dynamic command and the sentence:
    EXECUTE IMMEDIATE command;

    I need to do it this way cause i have a procedure that creates the snapshots, so it's necessary to use dynamic commands.

    I've a problem cause oracle says I haven't enough privileges to do so, but if I create the command in the Toad editor directly, it works perfectly and permissions aren't a problem to create my snapshot.

    The table I need to create the snapshot is already in the same schema, so it isn't a problem.

    The user has these privileges:
    - ALTER/CREATE/DROP/ ANY SNAPSHOT
    - ON COMMIT REFRESH
    - SELECT ANY TABLE
    - UNLIMITED TABLESPACE

    Thank you all!

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    So you are able to do it from the TOAD

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    No, i'm not able to do it from a procedure, this is what i wan to.

    But....i've found the permission i need, if anyone needs it:

    EXECUTE ANY PROCEDURE

    With this permission you allow your user to create or execute a dinamyc command in a procedure which creates a new snapshot view this way:

    IN A PROCEDURE :
    ------------------
    v_command := 'CREATE MATERIALIZED VIEW ..... ';

    EXECUTE IMMEDIATE v_command;

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    Quote Originally Posted by emma
    No, i'm not able to do it from a procedure, this is what i wan to.

    But....i've found the permission i need, if anyone needs it:

    EXECUTE ANY PROCEDURE

    With this permission you allow your user to create or execute a dinamyc command in a procedure which creates a new snapshot view this way:

    IN A PROCEDURE :
    ------------------
    v_command := 'CREATE MATERIALIZED VIEW ..... ';

    EXECUTE IMMEDIATE v_command;

    that will also give your use the ability to execute any procedure in the database - not a good thing at all

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    Gud

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