RE: change users' default schema

  • From: "Johnson, George" <GJohnson@xxxxxxx>
  • To: "Oracle-L@Freelists. Org \(E-mail\)" <oracle-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 6 Nov 2006 12:02:02 -0000

            I works OK on, I don't have 9.x to hand, I suspect it most 
likely won't work on 9.x.


        From: Jared Still [mailto:jkstill@xxxxxxxxx] 
        Sent: 03 Nov 2006 22:41
        To: Johnson, George
        Cc: Roger.Xu@xxxxxxxxxxx; Oracle-L@Freelists. Org (E-mail)
        Subject: Re: change users' default schema
        On 11/3/06, Johnson, George <GJohnson@xxxxxxx> wrote: 

                            What about proxy users? You can still fully audit 
the actions then.
                            "alter user1 grant connect through user2"
                            "conn user2[user1]@db99"

        As far as I can see from the docs, that only works through 
        a thick JDBC connection or OCI.  It's for use by an app server.
        If you have a way to make it work with sqlplus, I would love to see it. 
        Jared Still
        Certifiable Oracle DBA and Part Time Perl Evangelist

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