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SQL tutorial 48: How to create Roles in Oracle Database
 
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4th SQL Tutorial in the series of user privileges in oracle database user Roles in Oracle Database. In this tutorial you will learn ● What user roles ● How to create simple roles (Role with Not Identified clause) ● How to create secure roles (Role with Identified clause) ● How to create external role. ● How To create global role. ● How to Grant System Privilege to a user Role ● How to Grant Object Privilege to a user Role In oracle database. ● How to grant a Role to another Role ● How To grant a role to database users (with Admin option) ● How To enable role using SET ROLE statement This video will teach you the concept of user role in oracle database which is an extension to the user privileges. In this video I did 10 SQL queries on user Roles which makes this tutorial fun. Celebrating 1000 subscribers. Thanks a lot guys for all your love and support. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ ►►►LINKS◄◄◄ Blog: http://bit.ly/create_role_in_oracle System Privilege: http://youtu.be/EQzdtKPiErU Object Privilege: http://youtu.be/DuDL7NTPdqQ ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Copy Cloud referral link || Use this link to join copy cloud and get 20GB of free storage https://copy.com?r=kb4rc1 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ►Make sure you SUBSCRIBE and be the first one to see my videos! -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Amazon Wishlist: http://bit.ly/wishlist-amazon ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ►►►Find me on Social Media◄◄◄ Follow What I am up to as it happens on https://twitter.com/rebellionrider https://www.facebook.com/imthebhardwaj http://instagram.com/rebellionrider https://plus.google.com/+Rebellionrider http://in.linkedin.com/in/mannbhardwaj/ http://rebellionrider.tumblr.com/ http://www.pinterest.com/rebellionrider/ You can also Email me at [email protected] Please please LIKE and SHARE my videos it makes me happy. Thanks for liking, commenting, sharing and watching more of our videos This is Manish from RebellionRider.com ♥ I LOVE ALL MY VIEWERS AND SUBSCRIBERS
Views: 22989 Manish Sharma
How to create an user and to grant all privileges to them in Oracle database
 
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This video shows you how to create a new user and to grant privileges to them. Syntax to create a new user: create user username identified by password
Views: 34485 Thamizh arasaN
Oracle Database Users / User Management (Simple)
 
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Create, Alter, Drop, Grant Rights, Default Tablespace, Temporary Tablespace, Quota Setup, View Users Information, Lock / Unlock user account select username,account_status,default_tablespace, temporary_tablespace,created from dba_users; create user myuser identified by myuser; alter user myuser quota unlimited on mytbs; alter user myuser quota 100m on mytbs; alter user temporary tablespace temp; alter user myuser default tablespace mytbs; alter user myuser accout unlock; alter user myuser account lock; alter user myuser password expire; alter user myuser identified by youuser; create user myuser identified by myuser default tablespace users temporary tablespace temp quota unlimited on users; grant create session, resource to myuser; grant create session, resource to myuser with grant option; drop user asif; drop user asif cascade;
Views: 40899 Abbasi Asif
Roles y usuarios
 
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Como crear Roles y usuarios en Oracle utilizando PL/SQL Developer Script -- Create the role create role SOPORTE_TABLA; -- Grant/Revoke system privileges grant create session to SOPORTE_TABLA; grant select any table to SOPORTE_TABLA; grant update any table to SOPORTE_TABLA; ******************************************************************************* -- Create the role create role SOPORTE_EXTERNO; -- Grant/Revoke system privileges grant alter any table to SOPORTE_EXTERNO; grant create any table to SOPORTE_EXTERNO; grant create session to SOPORTE_EXTERNO; grant create table to SOPORTE_EXTERNO; grant create tablespace to SOPORTE_EXTERNO; grant select any table to SOPORTE_EXTERNO; ******************************************************************************* -- Create the user create user MARCELO identified by "" default tablespace USERS temporary tablespace TEMP profile DEFAULT password expire; -- Grant/Revoke role privileges grant soporte_externo to MARCELO; -- Grant/Revoke system privileges grant unlimited tablespace to MARCELO; ******************************************************************************* -- Create the user create user ISACC identified by "" default tablespace USERS temporary tablespace TEMP profile DEFAULT password expire; -- Grant/Revoke role privileges grant soporte_tabla to ISACC;
Views: 7683 Syrokosmt
Oracle Table Space and User Creation with grant Privileges
 
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--------------Table space Creation-------------------- Syntax CREATE TABLESPACE 'DATA FILE NAME' DATAFILE 'Data File Path to store the data' SIZE 'SIZE in MB' AUTOEXTEND ON NEXT 'SIZE in KB/MB' MAXSIZE UNLIMITED LOGGING ONLINE PERMANENT EXTENT MANAGEMENT LOCAL AUTOALLOCATE BLOCKSIZE 'SIZE in KB' SEGMENT SPACE MANAGEMENT AUTO FLASHBACK ON; CREATE TABLESPACE ORA12CR2_DATA DATAFILE 'E:\OracleDB\app\ORA12CR2_DATA.dbf' SIZE 2048M AUTOEXTEND ON NEXT 8K MAXSIZE UNLIMITED LOGGING ONLINE PERMANENT EXTENT MANAGEMENT LOCAL AUTOALLOCATE BLOCKSIZE 8K SEGMENT SPACE MANAGEMENT AUTO FLASHBACK ON; CREATE TABLESPACE ORA12CR2_INDEX DATAFILE 'E:\OracleDB\app\ORA12CR2_INDEX.dbf' SIZE 1024M AUTOEXTEND ON NEXT 8K MAXSIZE UNLIMITED LOGGING ONLINE PERMANENT EXTENT MANAGEMENT LOCAL AUTOALLOCATE BLOCKSIZE 8K SEGMENT SPACE MANAGEMENT AUTO FLASHBACK ON; Increasing the Tablespace space: ALTER DATABASE DATAFILE 'E:\OracleDB\app\ORA12CR2_DATA.dbf' RESIZE 5120M; ALTER DATABASE DATAFILE 'E:\OracleDB\app\ORA12CR2_DATA.dbf' AUTOEXTEND ON NEXT 512M MAXSIZE UNLIMITED; ALTER DATABASE DATAFILE 'E:\OracleDB\app\ORA12CR2_INDEX.dbf' RESIZE 2048M; ALTER DATABASE DATAFILE 'E:\OracleDB\app\ORA12CR2_INDEX.dbf' AUTOEXTEND ON NEXT 512M MAXSIZE UNLIMITED; ------------User Creation and Grant Privileges Syntax:- CREATE USER 'USER NAME' IDENTIFIED BY 'Password' DEFAULT TABLESPACE 'Table Space Name' TEMPORARY TABLESPACE TEMP PROFILE DEFAULT ACCOUNT UNLOCK; Example:- CREATE USER DEMOUSER IDENTIFIED BY DEMOUSER DEFAULT TABLESPACE ORA12CR2_DATA TEMPORARY TABLESPACE TEMP PROFILE DEFAULT ACCOUNT UNLOCK; alter profile DEFAULT limit PASSWORD_REUSE_TIME unlimited; alter profile DEFAULT limit PASSWORD_LIFE_TIME unlimited; GRANT DBA TO DEMOUSER; ALTER USER DEMOUSER DEFAULT ROLE ALL; -- 16 System Privileges for DEMOUSER GRANT CREATE ROLE TO DEMOUSER; GRANT CREATE TYPE TO DEMOUSER; GRANT CREATE VIEW TO DEMOUSER; GRANT CREATE TABLE TO DEMOUSER; GRANT ALTER SESSION TO DEMOUSER; GRANT CREATE SESSION TO DEMOUSER; GRANT CREATE SYNONYM TO DEMOUSER; GRANT CREATE TRIGGER TO DEMOUSER; GRANT CREATE ANY TYPE TO DEMOUSER; GRANT CREATE SEQUENCE TO DEMOUSER; GRANT CREATE ANY INDEX TO DEMOUSER; GRANT CREATE PROCEDURE TO DEMOUSER; GRANT CREATE ANY TRIGGER TO DEMOUSER; GRANT CREATE DATABASE LINK TO DEMOUSER; GRANT UNLIMITED TABLESPACE TO DEMOUSER; GRANT SELECT ANY DICTIONARY TO DEMOUSER; GRANT DEBUG CONNECT SESSION TO DEMOUSER; GRANT DEBUG ANY PROCEDURE TO DEMOUSER; GRANT CREATE ANY MATERIALIZED VIEW TO DEMOUSER; GRANT GLOBAL QUERY REWRITE TO DEMOUSER; -- 2 Tablespace Quotas for DEMOUSER ALTER USER DEMOUSER QUOTA UNLIMITED ON ORA12CR2_DATA; ALTER USER DEMOUSER QUOTA UNLIMITED ON ORA12CR2_INDEX; -- 1 Object Privilege for DEMOUSER CREATE OR REPLACE DIRECTORY DB_EXP_IMP AS 'E:\OracleDB\app'; GRANT READ, WRITE ON DIRECTORY DB_EXP_IMP TO DEMOUSER;
Oracle Roles and Privileges - Database Tutorial 47 - Oracle DBA Tutorial
 
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Video 47 Oracle Roles and Privileges This video explains about Oracle Database Roles and Privileges
Views: 1585 Sam Dhanasekaran
Oracle SQL Developer Tutorial For Beginners   31   DBA Info   Default Permanent Tablespace
 
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Oracle SQL Developer Tutorial For Beginners Series. This course introduces Oracle SQL Development for its subscribers. Currently this is based on Oracle 12c. The test environment is in Windows 10.
Views: 1604 Sam Dhanasekaran
Oracle how to create user and grant all privilege
 
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Oracle how to create user and grant all privilege
Views: 236 Ly Kimchrea
Oracle username and password and Account unlocking
 
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all education purpose videos
Views: 268699 Chandra Shekhar Reddy
SQL Server 2012 Database Roles and Privileges Grant and Deny
 
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SQL Server 2012 Creating Roles, Granting Privileges to Roles, Assigning Roles to users, Denying inherited Privileges to a specific user. Creating SQL Server Authentication User and Testing Roles and Privileges. To Learn or Teach Linux visit www.theskillpedia.com, A Marketplace for Learners and Trainers.
Views: 19455 TheSkillPedia
Basic Security Oracle   Users, Role, Privilage
 
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Tutorial, membuat Users, Role, Privilage, di oracle 12c menggunakan.
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Instalación Oracle Express 11g & SQLdeveloper  **Creación de TABLESPACE, DATAFILE, USER**
 
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Holaaa! Muchas gracias por ver el vídeo, no olvides dejar tu like si te ha gustado y suscribete si te gusta mi contenido :) ME PUEDES ENCONTRAR EN➨ 🔥 INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/charliesannz/ Oracle Database Express Edition 11: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/database/database-technologies/express-edition/downloads/index.html Oracle sql-develope: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/developer-tools/sql-developer/overview/index.html ---CODIGO EN SQL DEVELOPER--- --CREAR TABLESPACE CREATE TABLESPACE "BASEDATOSTABLA" DATAFILE 'C:\oraclexe\app\oracle\Pruebafinal.DBF' SIZE 200M; --TABLESPACE TEMPORAL CREATE TEMPORARY TABLESPACE "BASEDATOSTABLA" TEMPFILE 'C:\oraclexe\app\oracle\Pruebafinal_TEMP.DBF' SIZE 200M; --DBA CREATE ROLE ADMI; --Dar Permisos a los DBD GRANT CREATE SESSION TO ADMI; GRANT CREATE ANY TABLE TO ADMI; GRANT CREATE ROLE TO ADMI; GRANT CREATE USER TO ADMI; GRANT CREATE VIEW TO ADMI; GRANT CREATE ANY INDEX TO ADMI; GRANT CREATE TRIGGER TO ADMI; GRANT CREATE PROCEDURE TO ADMI; GRANT CREATE SEQUENCE TO ADMI; --CREAR USUARIO CREATE USER NOM_USUA IDENTIFIED BY CONTRA_USUA DEFAULT TABLESPACE BASEDATOSTABLA TEMPORARY TABLESPACE BASEDATOSTABLA_TEMP; --DAR PERMISOS AL USUARIO "ADMI" SOBRE TABLESPACES GRANT UNLIMITED TABLESPACE TO NUEVOUSUARIO_BD; --INVERTIR "ADMI" A COLECCIONES GRANT ADMI TO NUEVOUSUARIO_BD;
Views: 151 Sanz
Creating Users in Oracle 11g |Oracle 12c | Oracle 10g  | How to create user in oracle database
 
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Creating Users in Oracle 11g |Oracle 12c | Oracle 10g | How to create user in oracle database.How to create an user and to grant all privileges to them in Oracle database.Oracle Database: How to Create a User.
Views: 241 RAJASEKHAR REDDY
how to create a role in oracle programming language
 
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cursor in oracle plsql programming language
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Oracle DBA Justin - How to grant a system privilege to a user in an Oracle database
 
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How to grant a system privilege to a user in an Oracle database
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oracle user management | User creation and privilege management | password management in oracle
 
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This video is part of "Oracle Database Administration Made Simple" series. The following topics are covered -- user creation -- Default tablespace for user -- Granting and revoking privileges -- understanding sysdba privilege
Views: 15222 Wysheid Wysheid
Oracle 12c PL/SQL Security Features - Lesson 4 of 8 - Roles and PLSQL
 
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Learn how Roles really work with Oracle PL/SQL and why a privilege granted via a role can't be used in PL/SQL. Demonstrations, examples. See all lessons and many more free Oracle Database tutorials at https://www.skillbuilders.com/free-oracle-database-tutorials John Watson: We have the business of roles - roles and PL/SQL. The point here is that roles are invisible to PL/SQL. When you compile your code, only direct privileges are available. When you run your code, only direct privileges are available. This is for definer's rights, I should say. When you run the code, only direct privileges are available to grant to the definer. In effect, the definer's rights code, all roles are disabled within the stored procedure. And certainly roles are disabled when compiling the code. Functionally, it's equivalent to having issued the command SET ROLE NONE. Why is this? Why is it you can't use your privileges? It's perfectly straightforward. It's a technology limitation. Quickly to see what's going on. If I go in and say - let me connect or create a clear schema. I'll create myself, grant dba to jw identified by jw. I've created a user and given him ridiculously high privileges. Connect.... What can you do? You can do pretty much anything. If he wants to delete from scott.emp, he can do it. Let's roll back, because along with his dba role, he has the ability to pretty much anything to use the data. Now we'll create a procedure. If I create a procedure, create delemp as begin, and in there I delete from scott.emp, end, compilation errors. What are they? Show error. At line 2 table of view doesn't exist. That's line 2 delete from scott.emp. I remember way back in version 7, this cause so much confusion before we realized what was going on. It's quite simple that when we are within the code, as the definer or the invoker, because this is definer's rights code, when we are within the definer's rights code block or indeed when we are compiling a definer's rights code block, the roles are disabled and that's why we cannot see it. But why is this and why do I say it's a technology limitation? It's because roles can be enabled and disabled. They can be enabled or disabled. That makes it logically impossible to consider a role when executing a stored procedure because I might have the role enabled while I compile it, but how do I know that it's going to be enabled when I run it? If I grant execute on the code to a third party, he doesn't have the role at all and that he must not even be logged on. So it becomes a logical impossibility because of the way roles are used because roles are enabled or disabled. You can dynamically switch them on and off. It's a logical impossibility to use role within definer's rights program module. Invoker's rights code, however, is very different. That infuses some interesting issues. Invoker's rights code can use any roles that happen to be enabled for the user at the time that he invokes it in exactly the same way that an anonymous PL/SQL can use any enabled roles. In the security point of view, the definer can in effect grab any roles within his code that the invoker happens to have. Dave: [Question], John, pardon. How do you enable or disable a role? John: Right now there's several techniques. I won't spend too much time demonstrating. The easiest technique will be alter - I can set role none. And that will have disabled all my roles. Now if you look at this, I've got nothing. If I try to run my code and query - let's see. Yes. If I try to delete from scott.emp I can't see it. So I'll set role dba and now of course I can. That's the easiest way. In fact, there are much more [05:07 inaudible] ways to switch roles on and off. We can do it with operating system authentication and I can do it with proxy authentication. We have a persistent session through application server as well as a user when we pass that session out to many of the users that can switch roles on and off. That's the persistent session switch identities. Perhaps, best of all, I can create what I call secure application roles well it protect the role with a package and that can contest any number of issues - environment variables, maybe the time, maybe your IP address, perhaps the program you're using and switch roles on and off accordingly. So there are many ways for controlling roles and you should do it. Blindly granting roles and letting them be enabled all the time is not good security. The end result for this, however, you can get some pretty unexpected results within your code. I've tried to run through in our first half hour some of the issues that we see with PL/SQL in release 11g and earlier. After a short break, we'll move on to the 12c features.
Views: 275 SkillBuilders
How to Grant Roles and Privileges in  Sql Anywhere | Sybase Central
 
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In this video you will learn how to assign or grant roles and privileges in sql anywhere database. The users can be given various roles and privileges to perform different tasks A role-based access control model is provided for the execution of privileged operations. A role-based security model provides complete control and granularity for the privileges you want to grant to users. Each privileged operation a user can perform in the database requires one or more system or object-level privileges. A system privilege is a right to perform an authorized database task. For example, the CREATE TABLE system privilege allows a user to create self-owned tables. An object-level privilege is a right to perform an authorized task on a specified object. For example, having ALTER privileges on TableA allows a user to alter that table, but not other tables. A role is a collection of one or more system privileges, object-level privileges, or roles. You can grant roles to other roles to create a role hierarchy. Granting a role to a user is equivalent to granting the user the underlying system privileges for the role. Each new or migrated database includes a predefined set of roles you can use to get started. These system roles act as a starting point for implementing role-based security. There are three types of roles in the role-based security model: system roles, user-defined roles (which include user-extended roles), and compatibility roles. View the roles and privileges a user has in SQL Central by clicking the user and viewing the details that are displayed. You can also retrieve the details using the sp_displayroles system procedure. A privilege is a right to perform a privileged operation on the system. For example, altering a table is a privileged operation, depending on the type of alteration you are making. There are two types of privileges: system privileges and object-level privileges. System privileges give you the general right to perform a privileged operation, while object-level privileges restrict you to performing the operation on a specific object. For example, if you have the ALTER ANY TABLE system privilege, you can alter any table in the system. If you do not, you can only edit tables you create or tables on which you have the ALTER TABLE object-level privilege. System privileges are built in to the database and can be granted or revoked, but not created or dropped. With the exception of the MANAGE ROLES and UPGRADE ROLE privileges, system privileges cannot have system privileges granted to, or revoked from, them. Each system privilege, with the exception of the SET USER system privilege, is granted by default to either the SYS_AUTH_SA_ROLE or SYS_AUTH_SSO_ROLE compatibility role, but not both. The SET USER system privilege is granted to both roles (WITH ADMIN OPTION to SYS_AUTH_SSO_ROLE and WITH NO ADMIN OPTION to SYS_AUTH_SA_ROLE). You grant and revoke system and object-level privileges by using the GRANT and REVOKE statements.
Views: 122 Tech World
Create new user in Oracle PL SQL
 
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Create new user in Oracle PL SQL Oracle tutorial : How to Create New User in Oracle CREATE USER user_name IDENTIFIED BY password DEFAULT TABLESPACE tablespace_name QUOTA 20M on tablespace_name; Grant Create session Command to new user: GRANT CREATE SESSION TO user; How to Drop New User: DROP USER username CASCADE; #techquerypond https://techquerypond.wordpress.com https://techquerypond.com https://twitter.com/techquerypond
Views: 308 Tech Query Pond
Oracle SQL Developer Tutorial For Beginners   52   DCL   Role Privileges
 
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Oracle SQL Developer Tutorial For Beginners Series. This course introduces Oracle SQL Development for its subscribers. Currently this is based on Oracle 12c. The test environment is in Windows 10.
Views: 887 Sam Dhanasekaran
how to connect with oracle sys user  with or without password
 
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Connection with the sys as sysdba with password. Connection with the sys as sysdba without password. to connect without password make follwoing changes in sqlnet.ora file: SQLNET.AUTHENTICATION_SERVICES= (NTS) to connect with password make follwoing changes in sqlnet.ora file: SQLNET.AUTHENTICATION_SERVICES= (NONE)
Views: 3543 Data Science Center
MySQL - CREATE USER with GRANT Privileges in Terminal
 
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In this tutorial I explain how to insert a user into the mysql database, with all privileges required to become a "super user". I also show you how you can remove the user from the database with the DROP command.
Views: 56755 Davids Videos
How to Create | Drop | Alter User And Grant Permissions  in Oracle 11g?
 
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how to create user ,drop user,grant permissions to user? this video completely describes and show you creation ,droping,modifying users in oracle 11g using sqlplus.. the people who new to oracle can easily understand this..it may help you in future reference and complete understanding of user creation ,modfying etc.. in furthur videos i will explain grant,revoke permissions to users fro m admin user so please subscribe and like for future update https://www.youtube.com/user/prasadamudalapalli how to create Hibernate App and Save data in data table? how to download Eclipse-oxygen in windows7? how to uninstall oracle 11g in windows 7? how to download oracle 11g 64 bit in windows 7? how to step java project in Eclipse oxygen? how to configure tomcate server 9.0 in Eclipse oxygen? how to open and connect sqlplus in windows7? how to download ,install and connect sqldeveloper? how to create ,drop ,modifer user in oracle 11g?
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SQL tutorial 39: How to create user in oracle using Enterprise Manager
 
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3rd and the last tutorial on how to create user in oracle database 11g or 10g. Enterprise manager is a web-based tool for managing databases created on the system. _____Links____ Website: http://www.RebellionRider.com Amazon Wishlist: http://bit.ly/wishlist-amazon Tutorial 37 create user using SQL Create User statement http://youtu.be/4QbK2Y-1LZw Tutorial 38 create user using SQL Developer too http://youtu.be/GS4udgR44Ls Copy Cloud referral link || Use this link to join copy cloud and get 20GB of free storage https://copy.com?r=kb4rc1 Contacts E-Mail [email protected] Twitter https://twitter.com/rebellionrider Instagram http://instagram.com/rebellionrider Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/imthebhardwaj Linkedin. http://in.linkedin.com/in/mannbhardwaj/ Thanks for liking, commenting, sharing and watching more of our videos This is Manish from RebellionRider.com
Views: 25613 Manish Sharma
How to Grant Roles and Privileges in  Sql Anywhere | Sybase Central
 
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In this video you will learn how to assign or grant roles and privileges in sql anywhere database. The users can be given various roles and privileges to perform different tasks A role-based access control model is provided for the execution of privileged operations. A role-based security model provides complete control and granularity for the privileges you want to grant to users. Each privileged operation a user can perform in the database requires one or more system or object-level privileges. A system privilege is a right to perform an authorized database task. For example, the CREATE TABLE system privilege allows a user to create self-owned tables. An object-level privilege is a right to perform an authorized task on a specified object. For example, having ALTER privileges on TableA allows a user to alter that table, but not other tables. A role is a collection of one or more system privileges, object-level privileges, or roles. You can grant roles to other roles to create a role hierarchy. Granting a role to a user is equivalent to granting the user the underlying system privileges for the role. Each new or migrated database includes a predefined set of roles you can use to get started. These system roles act as a starting point for implementing role-based security. There are three types of roles in the role-based security model: system roles, user-defined roles (which include user-extended roles), and compatibility roles. View the roles and privileges a user has in SQL Central by clicking the user and viewing the details that are displayed. You can also retrieve the details using the sp_displayroles system procedure. A privilege is a right to perform a privileged operation on the system. For example, altering a table is a privileged operation, depending on the type of alteration you are making. There are two types of privileges: system privileges and object-level privileges. System privileges give you the general right to perform a privileged operation, while object-level privileges restrict you to performing the operation on a specific object. For example, if you have the ALTER ANY TABLE system privilege, you can alter any table in the system. If you do not, you can only edit tables you create or tables on which you have the ALTER TABLE object-level privilege. System privileges are built in to the database and can be granted or revoked, but not created or dropped. With the exception of the MANAGE ROLES and UPGRADE ROLE privileges, system privileges cannot have system privileges granted to, or revoked from, them. Each system privilege, with the exception of the SET USER system privilege, is granted by default to either the SYS_AUTH_SA_ROLE or SYS_AUTH_SSO_ROLE compatibility role, but not both. The SET USER system privilege is granted to both roles (WITH ADMIN OPTION to SYS_AUTH_SSO_ROLE and WITH NO ADMIN OPTION to SYS_AUTH_SA_ROLE). You grant and revoke system and object-level privileges by using the GRANT and REVOKE statements.
Views: 35 Tech World
Oracle 12c PL/SQL Security New Features - Session 5 of 8 - The New Inherit Privileges Privilege
 
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Learn the Oracle Database 12c Inherit Privileges Privilege. Demonstration and Examples. There's a whole new privilege. The inherit privileges privilege. We indeed inherit any privileges privileged. That's just in privileged of course. Any privileges - system privileges, any privileges is an object privilege or new type objects. We can now assign privileges, grant privileges on users. It limits the owner's inheritance of privileges from the invoker. Oracle Corporation is presumably reasonably happy with the way definer's rights code works and definer's rights code as I demonstrated can be highly dangerous. That hasn't really changed in the current release except is will see with the ability to grant roles to code because in invoker's rights we've got huge differences and that's the inheriting of privileges privilege. If you don't have the inheritance enabled, any attempt to execute invoker's rights code will fail because the definer will not be in able to inherit the rights of the invoker. So I'm going to go straight in to do it and then go through the rest of the slides so we can see the sort of issue. Let me lose 11g and go to 12c. What I shall do is create my low privileged user or drop user dev. I don't think he exists. He doesn't. So I'll create my low privileged user. Grant create session, create procedure, select any table to dev identified by dev. It's the same mechanism I use. The same command I use in 11g. I'm creating a developer with a bare minimum that he needs to do his job, which is writing code that lets people query the database. Then log on as him, comm dev/dev and create my procedure. I'll create a version of the code, create or replace procedure list_emp, author ID current user. Invoker's rights code. Remember, this gives my low privilege user dev the ability to insert something horrible in his code which shall then be executed with the invoker's rights. We create the procedure. Now connect / as sysdba - I'll be the highest possible person there is - set server output on and run the code. Execute dev.list_emp looking for the CLARKS. I can't do it. Even as user sys, I can't run that because of the lack of this new privilege. I can correct the situation. I can grant inherit privileges on user sys - which of course one would never normally do - to dev. So I'm now giving my low privilege user the ability to inherit the privileges of user sys when we are running invoker's rights code. And having done that, the code now succeeds. That's the general principle. Without this inherit any privileges code all that doesn't have any privileges privilege, all your invoker's rights code is now blocked. It simply won't run until you grant that privilege to your trusted user. So without inheritance the invoker's rights code will fail. This privilege is in fact granted by default in 12.1 when a user is created. I believe this is purely for backward compatibility. So you don't have to worry about all your codes ceasing to function the moment you have to upgrade but there's no guarantee that this situation will remain as we go through 12.2, 12.3. Also in upgrade I haven't had the time to test comprehensively every possible method of upgrade but certainly this simple test I've done so far, the privilege does appear to be being granted and we can see it. If we look at who's been granted this privilege so far Select grantee, table_name, privilege from dba_tab_privs where privilege like inherit and we see that straight out of the box inherit privileges on a number of users have been granted to public. They have been granted to public. So if I create a brand new user, I grant connect to jw identified by jw, we will see that in the current release - there he is - inherit has beeen granted to public. In the current release by default, your code will continue to function and Oracle often does this with their [05:46 inaudible] with powerful new features. By default, it's configured so there's no change and in the next release it all changes. That's happened to a quite a few releases, quite a few new features, and it wouldn't surprise me if by the time we get to say 12.2 and certainly by the time we get to 13 this behavior changes. So plan for it and look at that privilege and see who it's been granted to and secure your systems. What you need to do is revoke all the inherit privileges grants that's there by default and then grant inherit any privileges very, very sparingly only to a very few trusted users and that should tighten up the danger of definer's inheriting invoker's rights. So a few trusted schemas, create the code in those schemas only and control this very tightly indeed.
Views: 1564 SkillBuilders
How to create profile and alter profile in oracle database in 11g,12c.DBA Tutorials.
 
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I want to show in this tutorial, What is Oracle Profile,Benefits of Profile,CREATE PROFILE,Alter Profile and how to assign users on Profile.
Views: 1539 Sayif Uddin
How to create oracle 11g Table space (user schema creation)
 
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create tablespace rfdemo logging datafile '/oradata/DB11G/rfdemo.dbf' size 5G autoextend on next 512m maxsize 10G extent management local; CREATE USER rfdemo IDENTIFIED BY rfdemo DEFAULT TABLESPACE rfdemo TEMPORARY TABLESPACE TEMP; GRANT "RESOURCE" to rfdemo; GRANT "CONNECT" to rfdemo; GRANT "DATAPUMP_EXP_FULL_DATABASE" to rfdemo; GRANT "DATAPUMP_IMP_FULL_DATABASE" to rfdemo; REVOKE UNLIMITED TABLESPACE FROM rfdemo; ALTER USER rfdemo QUOTA UNLIMITED ON rfdemo; commit;
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Difference between an Oracle user and schema - Database Tutorial 59 - Oracle DBA Tutorial
 
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Difference between an Oracle user and schema - Database Tutorial 59 - Oracle DBA Tutorial An Oracle user is an account that is owned by an employee. These user accounts are not expected to create any objects. However they will be given access to objects owned by the schemas. A schema is a generic user. But it will own objects that are used by the other users and the applications.
Views: 5196 Sam Dhanasekaran
Default Tablespace and Temporary Tablespace for a new Oracle Database user - Database Tutorial 46
 
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Video 46 Default Tablespace and Temporary Tablespace for a new Oracle Database user This video explains about the Default Tablespace and Temporary Tablespace parameters of an Oracle User
Views: 4008 Sam Dhanasekaran
Create new connection with new user in Oracle SQL Developer
 
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This video shows you how to create a new connection using a new user account (other than the system user account) in Oracle SQL Developer, so that you have a clean workspace without all the clutter of system tables. It is NOT a general introduction to using Oracle SQL Developer.
Views: 333800 Chitu Okoli
Simplified DBA-018-User Privileges
 
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A privilege is a right to execute a particular type of SQL statement or to access another user’s object. The Oracle database enables you to control what the users can and cannot do in the database. Privileges are divided into two categories: System privileges: Each system privilege allows a user to perform a particular database operation or class of database operations. For example, the privilege to create tablespaces is a system privilege. System privileges can be granted by the administrator or by someone who has been given explicit permission to administer the privilege. Object privileges: Object privileges allow a user to perform a particular action on a specific object, such as a table, view, sequence, procedure, function, or package. Without specific permission, users can access only their own objects. Object privileges can be granted by the owner of an object, by the administrator, or by someone who has been explicitly given permission to grant privileges on the object. For example, in our demo ERPUSER will own the tables and other users will require read, write object privileges on ERPUSER tables. Example Connect erpuser/welcome1 Grant insert on myable1 to user1; Grant insert on myable1 to user5 Create tablespace erp_data datafile ‘/u01/app/oradata/db11lin/erpdata01.dbf’ size 100M autoextend on; Create user erpuser identified by welcome1 default tablespace erp_data temporary tablespace temp; Grant connect, resource to erpuser; Create user user1 identified by welcome1 default tablespace erp_data temporary tablespace temp; Create table erpuser.mytable1 ( sno number(5), sname varchar2(20)); We can create a table for any user in this format if we have dba privileges. [owner.tablename] Connect user1/welcome1 Insert into erpuser.mytable1 values(100, ‘by user1’); Commit;
How to Create SCOTT Schema and default tables in Oracle Database 11g
 
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#11 SAP ASE 16 Learning-Administering System Roles and Logins
 
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SAP ASE 16 Learning Part 11 Administering System Roles and Logins. To Learn or Teach Linux visit www.theskillpedia.com, A Marketplace for Learners and Trainers. Session 11 Administering System Roles and Logins Ram N Sangwan Managing login accounts The responsibility of adding new login accounts to Adaptive Server, adding users to databases, and granting users permission to use commands and access database objects is divided among the system security officer, system administrator, and database owner Managing users in Adaptive Server Creating login accounts The following steps describe creating a login account for a particular server and manage permissions for the users. A system security officer creates a login account for a new user. A system administrator or database owner adds a user to database or assigns a user to a group. A system security officer grants specific roles to the user. A system administrator, database owner, or object owner grants the user, or group specific permissions on specific commands and database objects. Creating login accounts To sets up an account for the user “maryd” with the password “100cents,” the default database , the default language , and no full name: create login maryd with password "100cents" Creating login accounts The password requires quotation marks. Changing login accounts Use alter login to add, drop or change attributes of a login and their corresponding values. It allows you to: Add or drop auto activated roles Change a password Change the login profile association Change or add a full name Specify the password expiration and the minimum password length Specify the maximum failed attempts Specify an authentication mechanism Specify the default language and default database Invoke a login script Exempt inactive login accounts Changing login accounts Changing login accounts This example changes the default database for the login account anna to pubs2: alter login anna modify default database pubs2 This example changes the default language for claire to French: alter login claire modify default language french Dropping login accounts drop login mikeb, rchin System-defined roles System administrator privileges System administrators: Handle tasks that are not application-specific Displaying information about roles Finding role IDs and names To find a role ID when you know the role name, use: Any user can execute role_name. Viewing active system roles Use show_role to display the currently active system roles for the specified login: Granting and revoking roles Granting roles To grant roles to users or other roles, use: All roles listed in the grant statement are granted to all grantees. If you grant one role to another, it creates a role hierarchy. For example, to grant Susan, Mary, and John the “financial_analyst” and the “payroll_specialist” roles, enter: grant role financial_analyst, payroll_specialist  to susan, mary, john Understanding grant and roles Use the grant command to grant permission on objects to all users who have been granted a specified role, whether system or user-defined. This allows you to restrict use of an object to users who have been granted any of these roles: Any system-defined role Any user-defined role
Views: 1148 TheSkillPedia
ORACLE USER MANAGEMENT
 
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USER MANAGEMENT IN ORACLE
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How2Find Username and Password of User Account in Oracle Database
 
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In This Video How To Know The Username and Password of Newly Created User Account in Oracle Database 10G. With This Video You Will have knowledge on How To Find How many Number of Users are present in Your Oracle Database.
Views: 17130 Cecret Point
Instalación de Oracle Database 11g Express Edition - Creación de Datafile y Namespace
 
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Links de Descarga: Oracle Database: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/database/database-technologies/express-edition/overview/index.html Oracle SQL Developer: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/developer-tools/sql-developer/overview/index.html EJEMPLO CÓDIGO (SQL DEVELOPER): --CREAR TABLESPACE CREATE TABLESPACE "TSTABLA" DATAFILE 'C:\oraclexe\app\oracle\oradata\XE\PRUEBITA.DBF' SIZE 200M; --TABLESPACE TEMPORAL CREATE TEMPORARY TABLESPACE "TSTABLA_TEMP" TEMPFILE 'C:\oraclexe\app\oracle\oradata\XE\PRUEBITA_TEMP.DBF' SIZE 200M; --DBA CREATE ROLE ADMINISTRADOR_BD; --Dar Permisos a rol GRANT CREATE SESSION TO ADMINISTRADOR_BD; GRANT CREATE ANY TABLE TO ADMINISTRADOR_BD; GRANT CREATE ROLE TO ADMINISTRADOR_BD; GRANT CREATE USER TO ADMINISTRADOR_BD; GRANT CREATE VIEW TO ADMINISTRADOR_BD; GRANT CREATE ANY INDEX TO ADMINISTRADOR_BD; GRANT CREATE TRIGGER TO ADMINISTRADOR_BD; GRANT CREATE PROCEDURE TO ADMINISTRADOR_BD; GRANT CREATE SEQUENCE TO ADMINISTRADOR_BD; --CREAR USUARIO CREATE USER USER_BD IDENTIFIED BY PASSWORD_BD DEFAULT TABLESPACE TSTABLA TEMPORARY TABLESPACE TSTABLA_TEMP; --DAR PERMISOS AL USUARIO ADMINISTRADOR_BD SOBRE TABLESPACES GRANT UNLIMITED TABLESPACE TO USER_BD; --VOLCAR ADMINISTRADOR_BD A COLECCIONES GRANT ADMINISTRADOR_BD TO USER_BD;
Views: 14 Gabriel Cordero
SQL tutorial 38: How to create user using SQL Developer in Oracle database
 
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How to create new user accounts using SQL Developer in oracle database. In This tutorial you will learn how to create a new user account. How to setup a database connection with SyS user. How to grant privileges to the user ----_Links_--- Blog :http://bit.ly/create_user_account Video Tut 4: http://youtu.be/wSqoXRlXDUU How to create database: http://youtu.be/enFFezPYhCg Copy Cloud referral link || Use this link to join copy cloud and get 20GB of free storage https://copy.com?r=kb4rc1 Amazon Wishlist: http://bit.ly/wishlist-amazon Contacts E-Mail [email protected] Twitter https://twitter.com/rebellionrider Instagram http://instagram.com/rebellionrider Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/imthebhardwaj Linkedin. http://in.linkedin.com/in/mannbhardwaj/ Thanks for liking, commenting, sharing and watching more of our videos This is Manish from RebellionRider.com
Views: 62279 Manish Sharma
How to Create User Role in Oracle Transportation Management Cloud  (OTM)
 
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This video will help you to Create user, screen set, assign a manager to the screen set, then asssign it to a Menu & finally assign the menu to a User in Oracle OTM Application. Enroll for our complete trainings at: www.apps2fusion.com/packages Also, visit us at : http://apps2fusion.com/ Contact us at: [email protected] or +44-207-193-5456 | +1-650-318-5241
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how to create directory in oracle 12c, 11g
 
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Use the CREATE DIRECTORY statement to create a directory object. A directory object specifies an alias for a directory on the server file system where external binary file LOBs and external table data are located. You can use directory names when referring to BFILEs in your PL/SQL code and OCI calls, rather than hard coding the operating system path name, for management flexibility. All directories are created in a single namespace and are not owned by an individual schema. You can secure access to the BFILEs stored within the directory structure by granting object privileges on the directories to specific users. You must have CREATE ANY DIRECTORY system privilege to create directories. When you create a directory, you are automatically granted the READ and WRITE object privileges on the directory, and you can grant these privileges to other users and roles. The DBA can also grant these privileges to other users and roles. WRITE privileges on a directory are useful in connection with external tables. They let the grantee determine whether the external table agent can write a log file or a bad file to the directory. For file storage, you must also create a corresponding operating system directory, an ASM disk group, or a directory within an ASM disk group. Your system or database administrator must ensure that the operating system directory has the correct read and write permissions for Oracle Database processes. Privileges granted for the directory are created independently of the permissions defined for the operating system directory, and the two may or may not correspond exactly. For example, an error occurs if sample user hr is granted READ privilege on the directory object but the corresponding operating system directory does not have READ permission defined for Oracle Database processes. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Default directory is DATA_PUMP_DIR.Below command is to get directory name and directory path. SELECT directory_name, directory_path FROM dba_directories WHERE directory_name='DATA_PUMP_DIR' DIRECTORY_NAME DIRECTORY_PATH --------------- ------------------------------------------------------- DATA_PUMP_DIR /u01/app/mohammad75/product/12.1.0/dbhome_1/rdbms/log/
Views: 2063 Oracle DBA World
How to Create/Change User Role and Permissions on the Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance
 
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Learn from Oracle's Storage Consultant, Darius Zanganeh, how to setup users and user roles for administration of the Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance through its BUI. Step-by-step instructions are given with details on how to setup permissions and other options/rules you can assign to the user such as assignment for projects or pools. For more training and information, go to http://www.oracle.com/oll/zfssa Copyright © 2014 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle® is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the "Materials"). The Materials are provided "as is" without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
Oracle System Privileges - Database Tutorial 48 - Oracle DBA Tutorial
 
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Video 48 Oracle System Privileges This video explains about Oracle System privileges
Views: 1992 Sam Dhanasekaran
How to create User in Database | Database Administration | Hindi / Urdu
 
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1. CREATE a user in the database with your name a. CREATE USER your_name PROFILE DEFAULT IDENTIFIED BY password ACCOUNT UNLOCK b. GRANT CONNECT TO your_name c. GRANT DBA TO your_name 2. Now connect to the database to newly created user. For more Subscribe any QUERY COMMENT below
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TABLESPACE MANAGEMENT GRANT REVOKE QUOTAS ON TABLESPACE FOR USERS
 
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How to grant/revoke quota for Users on Tablespace ================================================= create tablespace test datafile 'E:\DATABASE\DATABASE\ORADATA\ORCL\test.dbf' size 10m;---(tablespace created) create user naveen identified by naveen;(user created) alter user naveen quota 2m on test;(granted 2m on test tablespace) alter user naveen quota unlimited on test;(granted unlimited on test) How to revoke unlimited tablespace from user ============================================= revoke unlimited tablespace from &user; How to check the views on quotas ================================= select table_name from dict where table_name like '%QUOTA%'; Queries for tablespace quotas on all users ========================================== set lines 180 set pages 200 col tablespace_name for a30 col username for a20 select * from user_ts_quotas; set lines 180 set pages 200 col tablespace_name for a30 col username for a20 select * from dba_ts_quotas;
Views: 489 Praveen Biyyapu
How to create an user in Oracle Database - Database Tutorial 45 - Oracle DBA Tutorial
 
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Video 45 How to create an user in Oracle Database This video explains about how to create an user within Oracle
Views: 2478 Sam Dhanasekaran
Descarga-Instalación ORACLE Express 11g, SQLdeveloper  ||  CREAR TABLESPACE -DATAFILE- USER -PASS.
 
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ORACLE :http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/database/database-technologies/express-edition/downloads/index.html SQL Developer: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/developer-tools/sql-developer/overview/index.html CODIGO EN SQL DEVELOPER --CREAR TABLESPACE CREATE TABLESPACE "TSTABLA" DATAFILE 'C:\oraclexe\app\oracle\oradata\XE\PRUEBITA.DBF' SIZE 200M; --TABLESPACE TEMPORAL CREATE TEMPORARY TABLESPACE "TSTABLA_TEMP" TEMPFILE 'C:\oraclexe\app\oracle\oradata\XE\PRUEBITA_TEMP.DBF' SIZE 200M; --DBA CREATE ROLE ADMINISTRADOR_BD; --Dar Permisos a rol GRANT CREATE SESSION TO ADMINISTRADOR_BD; GRANT CREATE ANY TABLE TO ADMINISTRADOR_BD; GRANT CREATE ROLE TO ADMINISTRADOR_BD; GRANT CREATE USER TO ADMINISTRADOR_BD; GRANT CREATE VIEW TO ADMINISTRADOR_BD; GRANT CREATE ANY INDEX TO ADMINISTRADOR_BD; GRANT CREATE TRIGGER TO ADMINISTRADOR_BD; GRANT CREATE PROCEDURE TO ADMINISTRADOR_BD; GRANT CREATE SEQUENCE TO ADMINISTRADOR_BD; --CREAR USUARIO CREATE USER USER_BD IDENTIFIED BY PASSWORD_BD DEFAULT TABLESPACE TSTABLA TEMPORARY TABLESPACE TSTABLA_TEMP; --DAR PERMISOS AL USUARIO ADMINISTRADOR_BD SOBRE TABLESPACES GRANT UNLIMITED TABLESPACE TO USER_BD; --VOLCAR ADMINISTRADOR_BD A COLECCIONES GRANT ADMINISTRADOR_BD TO USER_BD; ASTUDILLO SÁNCHEZ DANTEE MAURICIO 4-2
Views: 304 Dantee Astudillo
USER MANAGEMENT CREATE USER DROP USER   CASCADE
 
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USER MANAGEMENT HOW TO CREATE A USER ===================== create user naveen identified by naveen; create user pavan identified by pavan default tablespace king; HOW TO DROP USER ================= drop user naveen; (it will work if no objects) drop user pavan cascade; HOW TO GRANT ORACLE PREDEFINED ROLES TO USER ============================================ grant connect,resource to naveen; select * from session_privs; set lines 180 pages 200 col username for a30 select username,default_tablespace,temporary_tablespace from dba_users where username like '&user';
Views: 391 Praveen Biyyapu
How to Create an user in Oracle
 
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How to Create an user in Oracle with minimum grants/privileges we need to connect as SYSDBA lets ceate an user test you can see the user is created : But can it connect? lets open a new session we can see it lacks create session priv. so, we grant the create session privilege to user test lets test Its connecting. But is it able to create a table ,lets check. it lacks the ability to create table. SO lets give the privilege. lets test again the create table command. its throwing error regarding no Privilege on users tablespace . But we have given USERS as the default tablespace to test(user). So whats the problem? The problem is there is not quota defined for user test. lets give some quota like "10MB" or UNLIMITED , we will giev 10MB NOw let us test. So we can see that we now have sufficient / minimum privileges for the user test. Hope this will help in understanding the concept behind user creation
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