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troubleshooting Question

Running DEBUG on objects not owned by logged in user

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mmooreFlag for United States of America asked on
SoftwareOracle Database
5 Comments1 Solution1180 ViewsLast Modified:
What I am trying to accomplish is to allow our QA people, in schema A, to run debugger on packages that reside in schema B.

so far I've done:

GRANT debug any procedure, debug connect session TO A;
Grant execute on B.my_proc to A;

While logged in a user A, Oracle Developer, has the problem:
won't load the BODY of my_proc into their built-in source code editor.
So, no way to set break points etc.
It's the same problem with TOAD

I am looking for any solution (developer, toad, whatever) that will allow USER A to debug packages where the owner is USER B.