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please help me

 
lalit khera
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please tell me the solution for this attachement.
 
Martin Vajsar
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There is no attachment in your post. But in any case, please describe the problem well in your post (including a suitable subject), and use the attachments only when really necessary.

See also PostTextNotScreenshots and UseAMeaningfulSubjectLine.
 
lalit khera
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Martin Vajsar wrote:There is no attachment in your post. But in any case, please describe the problem well in your post (including a suitable subject), and use the attachments only when really necessary.

See also PostTextNotScreenshots and UseAMeaningfulSubjectLine.



ok thanks

The error is like:
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lalit khera
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ok fine here is the complete description for the problem;

i am using sql developer.
i am using DIP user from the enterprise manager window.

still have any queries , please ask but provide me the solution friends.

Thanks
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it is the error , i am getting
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my user privilege status
 
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You need to grant the CREATE TABLE privilege to the DIP user.

Have a look at the other thread of yours, I've listed a few basic privileges you should probably grant. Also, read what Chris writes about the XE edition there.
 
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See my reply to your other post in this forum for advice on switching to a simpler platform for learning Oracle..

You really need to stop and think about what you are trying to do, and what an error message means. The "Insufficient privileges" error means exactly what it says: you have tried to perform an action (creating a table) for which you do not have the necessary privileges.

It's easy to search on Google for the error code, for example, and the error message tells you exactly what you've done wrong in this case, so you should be able to fix this yourself with a little research and thought. For example, I did a quick Google search and found this video on how to set the privileges for your user via SQL Developer.

Start with one of the many introductory tutorials for Oracle and work through it properly, so you can learn the basics in a more structured fashion before you start trying to build your own application.
 
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