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Oracle® Database Administrator's Guide
11g Release 2 (11.2)

Part Number E17120-11
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Renaming Schema Objects

To rename an object, it must be in your schema. You can rename schema objects in either of the following ways:

If you drop and re-create an object, all privileges granted for that object are lost. Privileges must be regranted when the object is re-created.

A table, view, sequence, or a private synonym of a table, view, or sequence can be renamed using the RENAME statement. When using the RENAME statement, integrity constraints, indexes, and grants made for the object are carried forward for the new name. For example, the following statement renames the sales_staff view:

RENAME sales_staff TO dept_30;  

Note:

You cannot use RENAME for a stored PL/SQL program unit, public synonym, or cluster. To rename such an object, you must drop and re-create it.

Before renaming a schema object, consider the following effects: