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Default Ms Access front End with Oracle 10g Back End

I have developed a system with MS ACCESS front End and Oracle 10g Back end through ODBC connection. Now I want to define the previlages and rights of the users. How to do that?

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can you please specify what kind of previliges you want to grant .
Is it system level or object level ?

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