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MySQL 8.0 Reference Manual  /  INFORMATION_SCHEMA Tables  /  The INFORMATION_SCHEMA ROLE_ROUTINE_GRANTS Table

25.27 The INFORMATION_SCHEMA ROLE_ROUTINE_GRANTS Table

The ROLE_ROUTINE_GRANTS table (available as of MySQL 8.0.19) provides information about the routine privileges for roles that are available to or granted by the currently enabled roles.

The ROLE_ROUTINE_GRANTS table has these columns:

  • GRANTOR

    The user name part of the account that granted the role.

  • GRANTOR_HOST

    The host name part of the account that granted the role.

  • GRANTEE

    The user name part of the account to which the role is granted.

  • GRANTEE_HOST

    The host name part of the account to which the role is granted.

  • SPECIFIC_CATALOG

    The name of the catalog to which the routine belongs. This value is always def.

  • SPECIFIC_SCHEMA

    The name of the schema (database) to which the routine belongs.

  • SPECIFIC_NAME

    The name of the routine.

  • ROUTINE_CATALOG

    The name of the catalog to which the routine belongs. This value is always def.

  • ROUTINE_SCHEMA

    The name of the schema (database) to which the routine belongs.

  • ROUTINE_NAME

    The name of the routine.

  • PRIVILEGE_TYPE

    The privilege granted. The value can be any privilege that can be granted at the routine level; see Section 13.7.1.6, “GRANT Syntax”. Each row lists a single privilege, so there is one row per column privilege held by the grantee.

  • IS_GRANTABLE

    YES or NO, depending on whether the role is grantable to other accounts.