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kiranragam
Fluorite | Level 6

Hi Team,

 

We have a Oracle DB on private cloud and we have onboarded user to it with DB PROXY roles. The role has read and write permissions. 

When we did the libname connection, the connection is successful.

but when we try to access the tables, it is failing saying no dataset name found. 

Could you please help me how can I overcome this issue? is there any additional set up required for DB PROXY roles?

 

Log:

6 LIBNAME LIB1 ORACLE PATH=PVTCLD_UAT_J schema="SCHEMA1";
NOTE: Libref LIB1was successfully assigned as follows:
Engine: ORACLE
Physical Name: PVTCLD_UAT_J


7 proc contents data=LIB1 ._all_; run;

WARNING: No matching members in directory.

 

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czejap
SAS Employee

I would try to add

preserve_tab_names=yes

to the LIBNAME statement.

 

 

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