SHOW TAGS: Shared Tags Require the READ Privilege on the Tag¶
This behavior change is in the 2023_05 bundle.
For the current status of the bundle, refer to Bundle History.
The behavior of the SHOW TAGS command with respect to data sharing is as follows:
If a data sharing provider shares a schema that stores tags, the consumer can view all of the shared tags using a SHOW TAGS command provided that the role that executes the SHOW TAGS command has the required privileges to access the shared schema.
As a consumer, to use the SHOW TAGS command to view shared tags, you must use a role that is granted the READ privilege on each tag. The READ privilege for a tag is new and is only applicable in a data sharing context.
The provider chooses how to grant the READ privilege on the tag to the share:
Grant the READ privilege on each tag to the share directly.
GRANT READ ON TAG mytag TO SHARE myshare;Copy
Grant the READ privilege on the tag to a database role and grant the database role to the share.
GRANT READ ON TAG mytag TO DATABASE ROLE mydb.dbrole; GRANT DATABASE ROLE mydb.dbrole TO SHARE myshare;Copy
Creates a database from the share and grants privileges on the share to account roles (no changes).
Grants the database role to an account role (if applicable, no changes).
Uses SQL to execute the SHOW TAGS command.
To determine whether you have tags that are affected by the pending behavior, use these commands:
SHOW TAGS IN shared_database; SHOW TAGS IN shared_schema;Copy