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Default Database Privileges and Roles for SOA Schemas in (Doc ID 1386316.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 07, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle SOA Suite - Version to [Release 11gR1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.



This note applies to SOA only.
PLEASE NOTE: using the RCU utility is the only supported method of creating SOA schemas.

One of the prerequisites of a SOA installation involves creating the SOA database schemas using the the RCU utility. This will create at least the following three schemas:

These schemas are usually prefixed with a custom prefix defined by the user. So, for example, if the prefix is DEV_ then the user and schema would be DEV_SOAINFRA.

You would like to know what privileges, roles and quotas these SOA database users have.

Note that the schema names mentioned above may be different, as they can be defined by the user. Apart from choosing a different prefix, the user may also choose a different schema name. The mapping between the schema and its function is done when creating the SOA domain with the config wizard.


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In this Document
 1. SOAINFRA Schema
 1.1 SOAINFRA Roles
 1.2 SOAINFRA System Privileges
 2. MDS Schema
 2.1 MDS Roles
 2.2 MDS System Privileges
 2.3 MDS Quotas
 3. ORASDPM Schema
 3.1 ORASDPM System Privileges
 3.2 ORASDPM Quotas

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