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Limit Developer access to tables in JAVA Dictionary

We are trying to isolate our JAVA developers by the applications they work on. I understand you can limit their access to objects in the DTR using ACLs. How can I limit table maintenance. For example, I do not want Developer for APP1 able to change tables created by Developers for APP2. Nor do I want them to view them. Do you have to utilize the name server for this?

Any assistance is appreciated.

Regards,

Steve Lambermont

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    Posted on Oct 07, 2005 at 06:44 AM

    How about separating the tables for the different apps in different databases? That way you can also separate the authorizations... This is easy in Oracle, what DB are you using?

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