How to grant select privileges on all tables for DB2

20 July,2011 by Jack Vamvas

Take these steps to generate SELECT privileges for a given USER on all tables in a SCHEMA

Either create a shell script and execute, or run from the command prompt

 

MYDB=""
MYSCHEMA=""
MYUSER=""
db2 "CONNECT TO $MYDB"
DBTABLES=`db2 -x "SELECT tabname FROM syscat.tables WHERE tabschema=UPPER('$MYSCHEMA')"`
for TABLENAME in $DBTABLES;
do db2 "GRANT SELECT ON $MYSCHEMA.$TABLENAME TO USER $MYUSER"
done
db2 "DISCONNECT $MYDB"

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Author: Jack Vamvas(http://www.dba-db2.com)

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