Account Usage views: Column updates to support the Snowflake Native App Framework (Pending)

Attention

This behavior change is in the 2024_01 bundle.

For the current status of the bundle, refer to Bundle History.

The behavior of these Account Usage views and is as follows:

  • CLASSES

  • CLASS_INSTANCES

  • FILE_FORMATS

  • MASKING_POLICIES

  • PIPES

  • ROW_ACCESS_POLICIES

  • SCHEMATA

  • SEQUENCES

  • SESSION_POLICIES

  • STAGES

  • TAGS

  • VIEWS

  • DATABASES

  • PROCEDURES

  • ROLES

  • AGGREGATE_QUERY_HISTORY

  • QUERY_HISTORY

  • GRANTS_TO_ROLES

Before the change:

Regarding the owner_role_type column:

  • Some of the views do not include the column.

  • Some of the views include the column but:

    • Do not include support for the application object by specifying APPLICATION as the owner object type.

    • Are not consistent with how other Account Usage views specify the column.

  • In the GRANTS_TO_ROLES view:

    • The grantee_name column specifies the name of the application object, and the granted_to column specifies APPLICATION.

After the change:

The changes to the views are grouped as follows:

  • The CLASSES and CLASS_INSTANCES views update the column to return the identifier of the role that owns the class or the instance of the class.

  • The following views already include the owner_role_type column and add support for APPLICATION as a possible value:

    • FILE_FORMATS

    • MASKING_POLICIES

    • PIPES

    • ROW_ACCESS_POLICIES

    • SCHEMATA

    • SEQUENCES

    • SESSION_POLICIES

    • STAGES

    • TAGS

    • VIEWS

  • The following views add the column as the last column in the view and add support for APPLICATION as a possible value:

    • DATABASES

    • PROCEDURES

    • ROLES

  • The following views already include the role_type column and add support for APPLICATION as a possible value:

    • AGGREGATE_QUERY_HISTORY

    • QUERY_HISTORY

  • In the GRANTS_TO_ROLES view:

    • The grantee_name column specifies the name of the application object and the granted_to column specifies APPLICATION.

    • The granted_by column specifies the name of the application object when there are grants to application roles.

    • The granted_by_role_type column specifies APPLICATION.

Ref: 1379