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Change Oject Schema?

Change Oject Schema?

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Hi, help anyone?
Is it possible to change the schema an object is related to? eg change schemaA.table1 to schemaB.table1

Also, Is it possible to change the Owner of a schema? Eg, say I created a bunch of tables while accidentally being logged on as sysadm and now want to change the schema owner to a new ident.

Thanks in advance.

RE: Change Oject Schema?

At the SQL level you have to do this by recreating the tables in the new schema and then copying the rows (insert into schemaB.table1 select * from schemaA.table1).

To do this with the mimload utility you can save all SYSADM's tables and data to a file:

mimload -u SYSADM -p PASSWORD unload to 'data.sql' from current user

You can then change the file data.sql and change all "SYSADM" to whatever new user you want. Then recreate the tables and data with:

mimload -u USER1 -p U1PASS "load from 'a.sql' log stderr"

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