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Setting permissions to create tables under another user's schema

How can I set permissions on specific users, so that one can create tables under another user's schema.
In order for a user to create tables under a schema that is not their own, they must be granted the CREATE ANY TABLE privilege directly or via a role. Use that privilege with caution, though, since it really does mean ANY and once granted, the user may create tables under privileged schemas like SYSTEM.
This was last published in June 2004

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