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i have installed oracle 11g on fedora 14. i connected to sqlplus as 'SYS' and
create some table, then create user named as "account" and create role as "payroll"
with the following privillages. then assign the roll to the "account" user. but i
still can not access the created tables when i loggedas user "account". here is my quaries.
plz can anyone help
---------as SYS user-------------------------------------------------------------------------
create type pay_t as object(
id int,
name varchar(10)
create table pay of pay_t;
insert into pay values(pay_t(10,'p01'));
create user account identified by paccount;
grant create session to account;
grant connect to account
create role pay_roll;
grant select on pay to pay_roll;
grant pay_roll to account;

--------------as account user---------------------------------------------------------------
select * from pay;
this gives an error saying there are no such table or view.
Posted 16-Mar-13 3:38am
Edited 17-Mar-13 4:46am
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Sudhakar Shinde at 16-Mar-13 22:22pm
Table pay is created under SYS user and hence it will not get accessed under account. It will be better if you can explain what are you trying to achieve by creating a user and roll then we can help with some solution.

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