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The username you used to connect to sqlplus does not have access to the V$ (SYS) views.
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that give you access statement?
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>>that give you access statement?


Are you asking how to get access?

If so, as a user with authority like SYSTEM or SYS:
grant select on v$session to someUserName;
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