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ORA-01031 Error creating a foreign key

Posted on 2006-06-13
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Hi!

I want to create a foreign key for the table ASCHEMA.ATABLE that references de table BSCHEMA.BTABLE executing this SQL:

ALTER TABLE ASCHEMA.ATABLE ADD (
  CONSTRAINT ATABLE_BTABLE FOREIGN KEY (TABLEA_ID)
    REFERENCES BSCHEMA.BTABLE(TABLEB_ID));

Oracle says that user doesn't have enought privileges
So, i give the privileges with the following sentence

GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES TO USER;

But, it doesn't work

Any ideas?
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Grant ALL privileges on ATABLE to BSCHEMA.

SQL> grant all on ASCHEMA.ATABLE to BSCHEMA;
SQL>
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