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ORA-01720: grant option does not exist for 'KL.AB_KDS'

Posted on 2004-09-08
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i have 3 schemas: CC, DD and KL. View XLEE is stored in schema DD. when i'm trying to
grant select on XLEE to CC; the following error is reported: ORA-01720: grant option does not exist for 'KL.AB_KDS'. what should i do? i already granted select on 'KL.AB_KDS' to CC.
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Question by:tomaz108
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by:pratikroy
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01720, 00000, "grant option does not exist for '%s.%s'"
// *Cause:  A grant was being performed on a view and the grant option was
//          not present for an underlying object.
// *Action: Obtain the grant option on all underlying objects of the view.


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by:tomaz108
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// *Action: Obtain the grant option on all underlying objects of the view.
 i already done that, but i still getting error: ORA-01720: grant option does not exist for 'KL.AB_KDS'
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by:tomaz108
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KL.AB_KDS is table not view
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Premanidhi earned 50 total points
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connect  KL/password

grant select on AB_KDS to XLEE with grant option ;
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by:seazodiac
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you should grant  "select" with grant options:

like this:

grant select on KL.AB_KDS to <user_name> with grant option;

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