ORA-01950: no privileges on tablespace 'APEX_EBS' when to call e-business suite

Hi all

We use the Oracle e-business suite 12.1.3 and APEX 5.0

I created the tablespace and a workspace with the same workspace as TEST id.

There are table purely to appear on APEX.  In TESTING, I did not grant these 'APPS' tables or users of e - biz, I can call to ebiz and create these APEX records.

However, after installation, I tried to access it via ebiz PROD, he invites me "ORA-01950: no privileges on tablespace"APEX_EBS"

I will grant access APEX_EBS apps?

Thank you, Dorothy

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This isn't a question of privilege object, it is an error to the user not being able to access the table space table used to store the data.

ORA-01950: no privileges on tablespace

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