List of all system privileges

Using the view “system_privilege_map” one can list all the system privileges or search for a specific privilege.

Example: List all privilege that have “TABLE” keyword in it.
SQL> select * from system_privilege_map where NAME like ‘%TABLE%’;

PRIVILEGE NAME PROPERTY
———- —————————————- ———-
-10 CREATE TABLESPACE 0
-11 ALTER TABLESPACE 0
-12 MANAGE TABLESPACE 0
-13 DROP TABLESPACE 0
-15 UNLIMITED TABLESPACE 0
-40 CREATE TABLE 0
-41 CREATE ANY TABLE 0
-42 ALTER ANY TABLE 0
-43 BACKUP ANY TABLE 0
-44 DROP ANY TABLE 0
-45 LOCK ANY TABLE 0
-46 COMMENT ANY TABLE 0
-47 SELECT ANY TABLE 0
-48 INSERT ANY TABLE 0
-49 UPDATE ANY TABLE 0
-50 DELETE ANY TABLE 0
-213 UNDER ANY TABLE 0
-243 FLASHBACK ANY TABLE 0

One thought on “List of all system privileges

  1. I really don’t know why (nearly) no one just post the result of “system_privilege_map” with number of entries and DB Version. IF you do not have a Oracle DB by hand but you need the information it is not easy to find such posting of all system privileges in the net. Can’t be so hard to post the list for e.g. 9i, 10g and 11g

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