> Thanks for the explanation. And yes I agree with you that making a table
> read only by revoking the grants is something *very* useful.
IIRC, Oracle supports read-only tablespaces. The reason for doing it at
the tablespace level probably has to with the overall concept of tablespaces
being linked to physical storage issues. Thus a read-only tablespace
could be stored on CD-ROM or some other non-writeable medium.
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