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Oracle Express XE 11g R2 how to create and set pivileges to CONNECT ROLE

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Hi Experts,

I need to CREATE a CONNECT role using Oracle Express 11g R2

once created  neet to CREATE privileges as follows :
GRANT CREATE SESSION TO "CONNECT";
GRANT CREATE TABLE TO "CONNECT";
GRANT CREATE VIEW TO "CONNECT";
GRANT CREATE SYNONYM TO "CONNECT";
GRANT CREATE DATABASE LINK TO "CONNECT";
GRANT CREATE CLUSTER TO "CONNECT";
GRANT CREATE SEQUENCE TO "CONNECT";
GRANT ALTER SESSION TO "CONNECT";

Am thinking the above is correct SQL syntax.
The only available way to mod 11.2g seems to be through SQL command line.

Please advise on the create CONNECT role syntax

Thanks Lfromant
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Hi,
You're on the right way.
See examples from documentation :
http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E11882_01/server.112/e26088/statements_6012.htm#SQLRF01311
http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E11882_01/server.112/e26088/statements_9013.htm#SQLRF01603

But for security reasons, I wouldn't give as much rigths to a role which is meant for connection. I'd add another role for schema property.
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Thanks.
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