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sysdba user cannot see another user schema objects

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I have a bunch of views created by USR1 in user schema. When I login as sysdba and run

select object_name from dba_objects where owner='USR1';

I see a list of these objects.

But when I try to run SELECT against one of those views, I get an error "ORA-00942: table or view does not exist"

I shoudl be able to have select permissions, should not I? I am logged in  as sysdba. can anyone tell me what is going on? Thanks
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slightwv (䄆 Netminder) earned 800 total points
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You need to qualify the object with the owner:

select * from USR1.table_name;

Or create a local synonym but I wouldn't do this for SYS.
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Thank you!
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