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CREATE USER new_user IDENTIFIED BY new_pass DEFAULT TABLESPACE users TEMPORARY TABLESPACE temp;Now that the user has been created, you'll want to grant the appropriate roles, system privileges, and object privileges to the user. Run the following commands to generate the GRANT commands you'll need:
-- Grant the roles to the new user. SELECT 'GRANT '||granted_role||' TO new_user;' FROM dba_role_privs WHERE grantee='OLD_USER'; --Grant the system privileges to the new user. SELECT 'GRANT '||privilege||' TO new_user;' FROM dba_sys_privs WHERE grantee='OLD_USER'; --Grant the object privilegs to the new user. SELECT 'GRANT '||privilege||' ON '||owner||'.'||table_name||' TO new_user;' FROM dba_tab_privs WHERE grantee='OLD_USER';
The SQL statements above will generate a series of GRANT commands. You can use these generated commands to grant the privileges to the new user.
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