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how to grant privilege on a specific schema instead of full database

Posted on 2009-04-07
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Hi,
Till now I am granting privileges to schema/user as
grant resource, exp_full_database, imp_full_database, create session to xyz_user;
This is giving issues when I export, import into dump file by exporting entire database etc. How can i give the import, export privileges  on one specific schema say 'abc' to user 'xyz_user' . Any sample code, links, resources highly appreciated.Thanks in advance.
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you can't have export privileges for a specific schema

you can, as in your other question,  specify which schema you want to export

specify  
owner=abc

instead of

full=Y

on your exp command line.



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thank you very much. I appreciate it
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glad I could help
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