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  1. #1
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    Hi,
    Are there any restrictions on creating a db procedure using a synonym for a table which is present in the other user?
    I am getting an error,
    8/1 PL/SQL: SQL Statement ignored
    8/55 PLS-00201: identifier 'STRK2.USER_AGENT' must be declared


    where strk2.user_agent is a table(name user_agent) in user strk2, for which the synonym is user_agent

    can you help
    Badrinath


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    You don't have privileges on that table. That is why you are getting that error. Check the privileges.

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    I have all the privilages, I am able to select from this tables, but I am not able to create a view or create a procedure based on this table on the other schema(strk2)
    badrinath

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    Do you get the privileges from a role or are they directly granted to you?
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  5. #5
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    I GET IT FROM ROLE.
    WHAT DIFF DOES IT MAKE TO GET IT FROM ROLE OR DIRECTLY
    Pl explain
    Badrinath

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    How different is it that grants given through role compared to direct grant
    Badrinath

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    privileges granted through a role are not visible from stored procedures, functions, packages, etc.

    if they are granted directly then they are visible from them.

    It's a silly rule that Oracle has given us (IMHO), but we have to live with it.

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