To access data in the Advanced SQL Engine, the user must have certain privileges.
Log in as an administrative user and assign privileges depending on the operations the user is performing.
Privilege Description Command CREATE TABLE Allows user to create tables and foreign tables in the database GRANT CREATE TABLE on user to user; EXECUTE FUNCTION on READ_NOS Provides access to READ_NOS GRANT EXECUTE FUNCTION on TD_SYSFNLIB.READ_NOS to user; EXECUTE FUNCTION on WRITE_NOS Provides access to WRITE_NOS GRANT EXECUTE FUNCTION on TD_SYSFNLIB.WRITE_NOS to user; CREATE AUTHORIZATION Allows user to create an authorization object to make an association between the database user and operating system user. GRANT CREATE AUTHORIZATION on user to user; CREATE DATASET Allows user to create a CSV schema for CSV foreign tables that need a user-defined schema. GRANT CREATE DATASET SCHEMA ON SYSUDTLIB TO user; CREATE FUNCTION Allows user to create function mapping for hiding credentials.
GRANT CREATE FUNCTION ON user to user;
For example, issue the grants your user needs, which may be a subset of the commands below:
GRANT CREATE TABLE on nos_usr to nos_usr; GRANT EXECUTE FUNCTION on TD_SYSFNLIB.READ_NOS to nos_usr; GRANT EXECUTE FUNCTION on TD_SYSFNLIB.WRITE_NOS to nos_usr; GRANT CREATE AUTHORIZATION on nos_usr to nos_usr; GRANT CREATE DATASET SCHEMA ON SYSUDTLIB TO nos_usr; GRANT CREATE FUNCTION ON nos_usr to nos_usr;