Find Privileges on Directory in Oracle
Oracle has introduced the concept of DIRECTORY which is a type of object and introduced in Oracle version 8.0. DIRECTORY is a logical structure that presents a physical directory on the database server’s file system.
DIRECTORY can be used in DATAPUMP, PL/SQL block, UTL_FILE packages, etc In Oracle.
Below is the command to find privileges on DIRECTORY in Oracle. Click here for sample output.
SET LINES 333 COL GRANTEE FOR A15 COL DIRECTORY_NAME FOR A25 COL TYPE FOR A11 COL PRIVILEGE FOR A11 SELECT NAME,GRANTEE,TABLE_NAME "DIRECTORY_NAME",PRIVILEGE,TYPE FROM V$DATABASE, DBA_TAB_PRIVS WHERE TABLE_NAME = 'MOMO_DIR_LAB' ORDER BY GRANTEE,PRIVILEGE; prompt$$$$$$$**Welcome to DBsGuru!**Share Learn Grow**$$$$$$$
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