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No of roles and privs assigned to each role

Posted on 2011-09-20
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Hi,
I need a query to find a no of roles in the database and all privs assigned to each role.
Please help me.
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select count(*) from dba_roles;  -- count of all roles


select r.role,count(p.privilege) from dba_roles r, dba_sys_privs p    -- count of privileges for each role
where r.role = p.grantee
group by r.role
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I might have missed a view or two but here are the core ones:

select role from dba_roles;

select role, granted_role from role_role_privs;
select role, privilege from role_sys_privs;
select role, table_name, column_name, privilege from role_tab_privs;
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Thanks a lot Guys,
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