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create Database schema in oracle 10g

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Hi ,

How to create Database schema in oracle 10g.

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Sathish
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is it any differents between schema and new database ?
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new schemas are created in a database...
so, schema and database are different.
all schemas have their own objects. vs...

to create a new schema,

CREATE USER <your_schema_name> IDENTIFIED BY "<your_password>"
 DEFAULT TABLESPACE "<your_tablespace>"
 TEMPORARY TABLESPACE "<your_temp_tablespace>";

after creating a schema,
you should grant your schema to create a session, to create an objects, vs...

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Some information about Schemas here:

http://www.exforsys.com/tutorials/oracle-10g/oracle-schemas.html
http://www.orafaq.com/wiki/Schema

Schema is an object that can be created in a Database. Hence a database can have more than one schema in it.
Hope this clarifies.
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