Try this instead in SQL*plus:
This will create a script file (create.sql); when you run this script, you'll find out the statement which gave you this error.
I'd guess that the problem lies in table name which contains special character and needs to be quoted; you can modify your 6th line like this:
In any case, it is best to avoid creating public synonyms (they pollute the name space). Consider these possibilities instead:
1) ALTER SESSION SET CURRENT_SCHEMA command,
2) Create views instead of synonyms,
3) Use private instead of public synonyms.
Joe Harry wrote:Thanks for the suggestions. One question though! Would a private Synonym be visible to other schemas? If yes, then what is private there?
No, it would not be visible to others. The idea is to create private synonyms in the schemas of all the users that need to use the tables. I don't like that very much though, I would always prefer views to private synonyms if the target is a view or a table.