How to Drop User cascade oracle


In this tutorial, we’ll delve into the process of dropping a user cascade in Oracle. It’s essential to possess the Oracle DROP USER system privilege for this operation. Cascading the drop involves not only removing the user but also eliminating any associated objects owned by that user. This ensures a thorough cleanup within the Oracle database environment. Having the necessary system privilege empowers administrators to efficiently manage user access and maintain a streamlined database structure. You must have Oracle DROP USER system privilege.

Drop user cascade Oracle

The syntax Drop a user as below


The Oracle DROP USER CASCADE command drop a user and all owned objects.

Be careful: After the Oracle DROP USER CASCADE command cannot a rollback to re-create the USER.


Through this article, you can effortlessly implement the “Drop user cascade oracle” method outlined above. I hope you find this information helpful. Thank you for visiting the DevopsRoles page!

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