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Re: logon trigger

From: Igor Neyman <>
Date: Wed, 02 Oct 2002 09:08:45 -0800
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Altering "current_schema", you will not see anything in "user_tables", but you should be able to reference tables in this new schema without using "siebel" prefix.

Igor Neyman, OCP DBA   

  Hi all    

  Ok the trigger has been changed to this, It compiles.    

  The problem now is that all the objects that need to be access is owner by the siebel user. I do not want to create synonyms. The tool being used can not append the siebel schema name in front of the objects, and it is expecting to log in as siebel.    

  Any idea why the 'Alter session set CURRENT_SCHEMA = SIEBEL;' is not changing my current schema. I have tried executing Alter session set CURRENT_SCHEMA = SIEBEL; in a standard sqlplus window and then looking at the user_tables table and it is empty ?    

  create or replace trigger olap1_logon_trigger

    after logon on smload.schema



    execute immediate 'Alter session enable parallel query;';

    execute immediate 'Alter session set SORT_AREA_SIZE = 10485760;';

             execute immediate 'Alter session set OPTIMIZER_MODE = choose;';

             execute immediate 'Alter session set CURRENT_SCHEMA = SIEBEL;';    




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  -----Original Message-----
  From: JOE TESTA []   Sent: 02 October 2002 16:52 PM
  Subject: re: logon trigger    

  George here is how we did ours"    

  create or replace trigger olap1_logon_trigger     after logon on olap1.schema
    execute immediate 'alter session set optimizer_mode = first_rows';   end;

  Customize it to your liking.    


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