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Assigning quota on temporary tablespace in Oracle 10gR2

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We have recently done Oracle 10gR2 installation, and we were trying to assign quota to users on temp tablespace. OEM isn't working out and queries are throwing error: ORA-30041: Cannot grant quota on the table space. I have read through this link:

http://forums.oracle.com/forums/thread.jspa?threadID=372904

in which contributors are saying that ability to grant quota on temp tablespace was a bug which was fixed in Oracle 10g. That doesn't make a whole lot sense to me. Because in older versions of Oracle the temporary tablespace was actually a "normal" tablespace just full of sort segments.

Now, Oracle has distinguished "temporary" as a different, unique type of tablespace ? Is there any work around ? Anybody aware of any official statement from Oracle regarding this ?

Thanks
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The documentation for the CREATE USER statement:

http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E11882_01/server.112/e17118/statements_8003.htm#i2065278

States that you cannot specify quota on a temporary tablespace.

Not sure if there is a workaround as I have never tried it.  You may want to look into profile  settings, they may have something in there.
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Hmm, that makes it pretty clear... That one was for 11g, but its the same case for 10gR2 , given here

http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/B19306_01/network.102/b14266/admusers.htm#i1006230 

I would give it to you though.

Still I would appreciate if somebody could tell me a work around (o'course tried and tested one) :) .
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