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DDL creation support thru implicit trusted connection
Trusted context is a very good security mecanism to promote a user from an application server to a specific role.
We face 2 problems: - DDL issued from Siebel application server, when applying a change, fails for CREATE TABLE - If user has no direct INSERT privilege for exemple, and wants to create a TRIGGER FOR INSERT, the message is misleading "user doesn't have INSERT privilege". INSERT INTO TAB suceeds (because user had DATAACCESS thru trusted context). The SQL0551 error message should list the case for trusted connections.
All DDL is owned by SIEBEL user. Creating a trigger, a view is valid if user has CONTROL ownership of all tables for example (we used previously SADMIN with no CONTROL priviliege). The only exception that is is annoying is CREATE TABLE statement.
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