Last updated on JULY 05, 2017
Applies to:PL/SQL - Version 126.96.36.199 and later
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***Checked for relevance on 6th Dec 2016***
There is a OS file file1.txt owned by oracle user.
The permissions on the file are as follows:
At OS prompt, using the "mv" command to rename the file is successful. However using UTL_FILE.FRENAME fails with ORA-29283 even though this internally executes with OS user oracle's privileges.
Consider directory oradir owned by oracle
Permissions on the directory are as follows:
Inside oradir, there is a file file1.txt owned by a different user (like root) and "oracle" user is not a part of group of the file.
Permissions in the file are as follows:
At OS level, oracle user can use "mv" command to successfully rename the file file1.txt. However using UTL_FILE.FRENAME fails with ORA-29283 even though this internally executes with OS user oracle's privileges.
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