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How To Delete a User Account?

If you want to delete a user account and its associated schema, you can log in as SYSTEM and use the DROP USER command as shown in the following example:

>.\bin\sqlplus /nolog

SQL> connect SYSTEM/fyicenter
Connected.

SQL> DROP USER DEV CASCADE;
User dropped.

SQL> CREATE USER DEV IDENTIFIED BY developer ACCOUNT UNLOCK;
User created.

Note that CASCADE tells the server drop the associated schema.

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  1. What Is a User Account?
  2. What Is the Relation of a User Account and a Schema?
  3. What Is a User Role?
  4. What Are the System Predefined User Roles?
  5. What Are Internal User Account?
  6. How To Connect to the Server with User Account: SYS?
  7. How To Use Windows User to Connect to the Server?
  8. How To List All User Accounts?
  9. How To Create a New User Account?
  10. How To Change User Password?
  11. How To Delete a User Account?
  12. What Privilege Is Needed for a User to Connect to Oracle Server?
  13. How To Grant CREATE SESSION Privilege to a User?
  14. How To Revoke CREATE SESSION Privilege from a User?
  15. How To Lock and Unlock a User Account?
  16. What Privilege Is Needed for a User to Create Tables?
  17. How To Assign a Tablespace to a Users?
  18. What Privilege Is Needed for a User to Create Views?
  19. What Privilege Is Needed for a User to Create Indexes?
  20. What Privilege Is Needed for a User to Query Tables in Another Schema?
  21. What Privilege Is Needed for a User to Insert Rows to Tables in Another Schema?
  22. What Privilege Is Needed for a User to Delete Rows from Tables in Another Schema?
  23. How To Find Out What Privileges a User Currently Has?

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