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RE: Privilege - View (ORA-1031)

Mercadante, Thomas F





Of course it is logical.  User C does not have privs on the table in Schema B.  And Schema B did not give the “ADMIN” priv to the table to user B which would allow User B to grant access to his view to anyone.


You should *never* grant “select any table” to anybody.  When you did this, you allowed user C select access to the table in Schema B.


This is the way it works.  Read up on database security.



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From: oracle-l-bounce@freelists.org [mailto:oracle-l-bounce@freelists.org] On Behalf Of Shivaswamy Raghunath
Sent: Tuesday, January 02, 2007 2:00 PM
Subject: Privilege - View (ORA-1031)



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User C is NOT able to select (ORA-1031) from a View V in Schema A (On which C has select privilege), which is based on a table in Schema B.

If user C is granted Select any Table, he is able to select from the view V.

This does not loook logical to me. Have you come across this?