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Using TD 13.10.
Is there a way to grant use to user id for a Stored Procedure and effectively HIDE the tables below it?
Goal:

Hello, I can not execute consecutive GRANT statement. I have to execute a single GRANT a time.
For example:

GRANT EXECUTE, SELECT, STATISTICS, SHOW ON "DBC" TO "DBADMIN" WITH GRANT OPTION;

Hello.
When the loading processes start I have to disable logon to users, and when the last process ends I have to enable logons.
I'm doing this with a Revoke Logon on all to user_x, and then grant logon on all to user_x;
what I want to know is if I can do this at role level

Hi Masters,

I have some questions on how user access works with respect to object and database level

We have a database where all reporting views are residing. All users were granted Select access at the database level (through role or explicit grant) so they can query any view residing in this database. Now we want to revoke access on a particular view but still let them have access to rest of the views. Below are my questions

I am new to Teradata and trying to set up our developers on a test database. I want to use roles.

This is what I have run:

create database swh_dev from dbadmin as perm=200000000000 NO JOURNAL ;
grant all on swh_dev to swh_dev with grant option;

create role developer;

GRANT EXECUTE, SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE, STATISTICS, DUMP,
RESTORE, CHECKPOINT, SHOW, EXECUTE PROCEDURE, ALTER PROCEDURE,
EXECUTE FUNCTION, ALTER FUNCTION, ALTER EXTERNAL PROCEDURE, CREATE
OWNER PROCEDURE, CREATE TABLE, CREATE VIEW, CREATE MACRO,
CREATE TRIGGER, CREATE PROCEDURE, CREATE FUNCTION,