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CREATE SCHEMA

Oracle Database Tips by Donald BurlesonMarch 31,  2015

CREATE SCHEMA

Oracle documentation states that the purpose of CREATE SCHEMA is:

"Use the CREATE SCHEMA statement to create multiple tables and views and perform multiple grants in your own schema in a single transaction.

To execute a CREATE SCHEMA statement, Oracle Database executes each included statement. If all statements execute successfully, then the database commits the transaction. If any statement results in an error, then the database rolls back all the statements."

The documentation goes on to note that a schema is automatically created when a user is created.  This statement will allow you to "populate your schema with tables and views and grant privileges on those objects without having to issue multiple SQL statements in multiple transactions."

 In order to issue a CREATE SCHEMA statement it is first necessary to have privileges required to issue the included statements.

The Oracle documentation lists the following CREATE SCHEMA example:

"The following statement creates a schema named oe for the sample order entry user oe , creates the table new_product, creates the view new_product_view, and grants the SELECT object privilege on new_product_view to the sample human resources user hr."

CREATE SCHEMA AUTHORIZATION oe
   CREATE TABLE new_product 
      (color VARCHAR2(10)  PRIMARY KEY, quantity NUMBER) 
   CREATE VIEW new_product_view 
      AS SELECT color, quantity FROM new_product WHERE color = 'RED' 
   GRANT select ON new_product_view TO hr; 
 

 

 

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