SVV_DATASHARES - Amazon Redshift
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SVV_DATASHARES

Use SVV_DATASHARES to view a list of datashares created on the cluster, and datashares shared with the cluster.

SVV_DATASHARES is visible to the following users:

  • Superusers

  • Datashare owners

  • Users with ALTER or USAGE permissions on a datashare

Other users can't see any rows. For information on the ALTER and USAGE permissions, see GRANT.

Table columns

Column name Data type Description
share_name varchar(128) The name of a datashare.
share_id integer The ID of the datashare.
share_owner integer The owner of the datashare.
source_database varchar(128) The source database for this datashare.
consumer_database varchar(128) The consumer database that is created from this datashare.
share_type varchar(8) The type of the datashare. Possible values are INBOUND and OUTBOUND.
createdate timestamp without time zone The date when datashare was created.
is_publicaccessible boolean The property that specifies whether a datashare can be shared to a publicly accessible cluster.
share_acl varchar(256) The string that defines the permissions for the specified user or user group for the datashare.
producer_account varchar(16) The ID for the datashare producer account.
producer_namespace varchar(64) The unique cluster identifier for the datashare producer cluster.
managed_by varchar(64) The property that specifies the Amazon service that manages the datashare.

Sample query

The following example returns the output for SVV_DATASHARES.

SELECT share_owner, source_database, share_type, is_publicaccessible FROM svv_datashares WHERE share_name LIKE 'tickit_datashare%' AND source_database = 'dev'; share_owner | source_database | share_type | is_publicaccessible --------------+-----------------+-------------+---------------------- 100 | dev | OUTBOUND | True (1 rows)

The following example returns the output for SVV_DATASHARES for outbound datashares.

SELECT share_name, share_owner, btrim(source_database), btrim(consumer_database), share_type, is_publicaccessible, share_acl, btrim(producer_account), btrim(producer_namespace), btrim(managed_by) FROM svv_datashares WHERE share_type = 'OUTBOUND'; share_name | share_owner | source_database | consumer_database | share_type | is_publicaccessible | share_acl | producer_account| producer_namespace | managed_by ----------------+-------------+-----------------+-------------------+------------+---------------------+-----------+-----------------+--------------------------------------+------------ salesshare | 1 | dev | | OUTBOUND | True | | 123456789012 | 13b8833d-17c6-4f16-8fe4-1a018f5ed00d | marketingshare | 1 | dev | | OUTBOUND | True | | 123456789012 | 13b8833d-17c6-4f16-8fe4-1a018f5ed00d |

The following example returns the output for SVV_DATASHARES for inbound datashares.

SELECT share_name, share_owner, btrim(source_database), btrim(consumer_database), share_type, is_publicaccessible, share_acl, btrim(producer_account), btrim(producer_namespace), btrim(managed_by) FROM svv_datashares WHERE share_type = 'INBOUND'; share_name | share_owner | source_database | consumer_database | share_type | is_publicaccessible | share_acl | producer_account | producer_namespace | managed_by ----------------+-------------+-----------------+-------------------+------------+---------------------+-----------+------------------+--------------------------------------+------------ salesshare | | | | INBOUND | False | | 123456789012 | 13b8833d-17c6-4f16-8fe4-1a018f5ed00d | marketingshare | | | | INBOUND | False | | 123456789012 | 13b8833d-17c6-4f16-8fe4-1a018f5ed00d | ADX