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Oracle Discoverer 3.1

Posted on 2002-06-21
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Hi All,
I had a question with Oracle Discoverer and would appreciate help on this plz.

this is the first time I am trying to use Discoverer and I need to get some reports.


I have in my Oracle Database bunch of schemas and all schema's has bunch of objects.

I have one common schema called apps which we any developer usually uses. apps has access to all the almost all the objects and schema's which shud be used.

Now I am logging in as apps in my discoverer and I am creating a EUL as for example abc/abc

then I am connecting in as abc/abc.. I thought I will have access to all tables and objects..

I click on create business area.. load objects.. i cannot see many all the objects in all schema's. Only very few objects are visible.

Did I miss any step?

Hope u guyz can help plz
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by:jbeckstrom
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We haven't used Discoverer much, but I believe it is logging since your eul is owned by user abc, this user needs access to your other objects.
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If you create an EUL as user AAA it means that the EUL tables and views are created under AAA, i.e. AAA.EUL_JOIN_COMBS or EUL4.EUL_OBJS.

Now AAA can create business areas with folders of tables/views that AAA has access to (SELECT).

If AAA wants user BBB to use those objects by DISCOVERER desktop or web, AAA must permit BBB access to business areas by clicking the security icon. In addition BBB must be granted SELECT to those objects within the business areas.
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