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I have existing view in oracle that I am altering and adding some columns - the existing view has grants in the script - after my alter view should I regrant the views or dont have to re-grant - how does that work?
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As long as you create or replace view, existing grants remain in place.  No need to regrant permissions.
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Thanks Slighwv - I do have create or replace statement - does that mean the replace will replace the grants are well?
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No.  Replace only replaces that specific object.  Grants do not need 'replaced'.  The grants will remain as they are as long as the object is never dropped.
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