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Audit table changes in sql server
 
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sql server 2008 ddl trigger audit sql server table changes tracking In this video we will discuss, how to audit table changes in SQL Server using a DDL trigger. Table to store the audit data Create table TableChanges ( DatabaseName nvarchar(250), TableName nvarchar(250), EventType nvarchar(250), LoginName nvarchar(250), SQLCommand nvarchar(2500), AuditDateTime datetime ) Go The following trigger audits all table changes in all databases on a SQL Server. CREATE TRIGGER tr_AuditTableChanges ON ALL SERVER FOR CREATE_TABLE, ALTER_TABLE, DROP_TABLE AS BEGIN DECLARE @EventData XML SELECT @EventData = EVENTDATA() INSERT INTO SampleDB.dbo.TableChanges (DatabaseName, TableName, EventType, LoginName, SQLCommand, AuditDateTime) VALUES ( @EventData.value('(/EVENT_INSTANCE/DatabaseName)[1]', 'varchar(250)'), @EventData.value('(/EVENT_INSTANCE/ObjectName)[1]', 'varchar(250)'), @EventData.value('(/EVENT_INSTANCE/EventType)[1]', 'nvarchar(250)'), @EventData.value('(/EVENT_INSTANCE/LoginName)[1]', 'varchar(250)'), @EventData.value('(/EVENT_INSTANCE/TSQLCommand)[1]', 'nvarchar(2500)'), GetDate() ) END In the above example we are using EventData() function which returns event data in XML format. Text version of the video http://csharp-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/2015/09/audit-table-changes-in-sql-server.html Slides http://csharp-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/2015/09/audit-table-changes-in-sql-server_12.html All SQL Server Text Articles http://csharp-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/p/free-sql-server-video-tutorials-for.html All SQL Server Slides http://csharp-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/p/sql-server.html Full SQL Server Course https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4cyC4G0M1RQ_Rm52cQ4CcOJ_T_HXeMB4 All Dot Net and SQL Server Tutorials in English https://www.youtube.com/user/kudvenkat/playlists?view=1&sort=dd All Dot Net and SQL Server Tutorials in Arabic https://www.youtube.com/c/KudvenkatArabic/playlists
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Auditing Oracle Database Vault in Unified Audit Mode
 
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Auditing Oracle Database Vault in Unified Audit Mode This video shows you how to confirm that your Oracle Database 12c is in unified audit mode, how to query audit views, how to create and enable an audit policy to audit a Oracle Database Vault component, and how to purge audit trail records. Copyright © 2014 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle® is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the "Materials"). The Materials are provided "as is" without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
Oracle eBS R12 - enable Audit Trail in 6 steps
 
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Guide about how to enable in 6 steps the audit trail standard functionality only for a specific table column. 1. AuditTrail:Activate profile 2. Setup Table and column to audit 3. Setup audit group 4. Application (module) is Audit enabled 5. Run AuditTrail Update Tables report to enforce the setup 6. RunAuditTrail Report for Audit Group Validation
Views: 7386 Adrian Argatu
How to Build Transparent Data Encryption on Oracle Standard Edition
 
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View all our FREE database tutorials at http://skillbuilders.com/free-oracle-tutorials. Oracle Transparent Data Encryption (TDE) is a fantastic built-in security feature with Oracle Database Enterprise Edition. However, in this free tutorial, Oracle Master DBA John Watson will demonstrate a technique for building your own transparent data encryption - on Standard Edition!
Views: 6091 SkillBuilders
Auditing Oracle Database Vault in Mixed Mode
 
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This video shows you how to audit the Database Vault activites in mixed mode, that is in Oracle Database 12c, how to query the DVSYS.DV$CONFIGURATION_AUDIT and DVSYS.DV$ENFORCEMENT_AUDIT audit views and how to purge the DVSYS.AUDIT_TRAIL$ records. Copyright © 2014 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle® is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the "Materials"). The Materials are provided "as is" without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
Guide to Auditing and Logging in the Oracle E Business Suite
 
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The auditing and logging capabilities within the Oracle E-Business Suite and Oracle Database are sophisticated and able to satisfy most organizations' security and compliance requirements. However, the auditing and logging setup and usage of the data can be complex and error-prone. This educational webinar outlines the auditing and logging capabilities available at different layers of the application and provides recommendations how to configure auditing and logging to capture critical application and security events. This webinar is based our whitepaper "The Guide to Auditing and Logging in the Oracle E-Business Suite."
Views: 1603 Integrigy
Securing 1,000 Oracle Databases -- Challenges and Solutions
 
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Oracle Database security checklists and standards are focused on one database, not 1,000 databases. The significant challenge is when you have 100, 500, 1,000, or even 10,000 Oracle Databases in your organization to protect. In order to protect and securely maintain a thousand Oracle Databases requires an enterprise database security framework and database security program. This session will describe how to implement a database security program with all the necessary components to protect the databases in a large enterprise. The database security program will include configuration management, enterprise database user security, periodic access reviews and controls, routine security patching, and an enterprise database auditing strategy.
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PeteFinnigan.com Limited - How to perform a security audit class
 
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In this short video I give an overview of our 2 day training class - How to perform a Security audit of an Oracle database - See this link for all of our class details - http://www.petefinnigan.com/training/oracle_training_courses.htm and this link for details of public training dates - http://www.petefinnigan.com/training_dates.htm Please smash that like button and remember to hit subscribe! Also like and share on our social media, Thanks Pete
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Oracle audit APEX app Virtual Machine Appliance import instructions
 
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Oracle audit APEX app Virtual Machine Appliance import instructions. You will be able to start using app within 5 minutes. Just import VM appliance and create link to your database. Please visit UnikaSolution.com for details
B.lay Webinar: Oracle Audits - Are you ready for your next audit?
 
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Presentation by b.lay's License management expert: Richard Spithoven. End-users are typically not ready for an Oracle audit. Either since a) end-users are not even aware of the fact that they are under License Audit since Oracle send them a request to do a License or Business Review b) end-users think that they are covered since they have an Oracle Verified Tool in place c) end-users underestimating the level of detail that is required in order to manage the complexity related to Oracle software licenses Once such a License Audit is announced for the Oracle Database, Application server, Weblogic, SOA Suite, Siebel, JD Edwards, E-Business Suite or PeopleSoft programs is started, end-users should consider a number of things before starting with the audit. These considerations should include what (confidential) data is required to be collected during the audit and for what reason? How will the data be collected and can the collected data leave your premises? Which results are shared when and with whom from the vendors’s organization? What is the performance impact of the Oracle Audit Tools proposed? What will the vendor do with the audit, where will it be stored and who can access the collected data? At the same time, end-user organizations should not be afraid about an audit from Oracle (or any other software vendor) and should focus on the best defense strategy: take the control yourselves! This can be achieved by performing regulated internal license audits in which the real entitlements (including all the terms and conditions of the related documentation like the program documentation) are compared with the real deployment and usage of the different software programs. End-users should prioritize software license management at C-level, in which the appropriate budget is made available for dedicated specialists/resources to manage the software assets in a proper way. From a management perspective its even rather strange that the average end-user does not have a dedicated (large enough) budget available for the management of assets which typically contributes to 50-70% of the total IT costs within an end-user organization
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Internal Auditor Primer: Oracle E-Business Suite Security Risks
 
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Internal Auditors are trained to understand the financial aspects and the end user functionally of an ERP solution. However, most Internal Auditors have not been trained in the security features of an ERP system. This one hour auditing primer webinar will highlight the basic security that should be found within all implemented Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) systems. Topics will include: (1) Compliance issues regarding PCI, HIPAA, SOX, (2) Protection of Sensitive Data within the Oracle EBS, (3) Best Practices for securing the Oracle EBS, (4) Concerns and risks with user privileges, excessive access, insecure access, and (5) Secure external access to Oracle EBS (iStore, iSupplier, iRecruitment, iSupport, etc.)
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Sensitive Database Access Auditing Customer Story
 
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A multinational oil and gas company was manually auditing access to sensitive databases to address PCI and SOX regulations. Using SecureSphere Database Activity Monitoring, they automated their user access review and regulatory compliance processes.
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_Introduction to OCI Identity and Access Management
 
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Please refer to the latest video here - https://youtu.be/DOx1bkCBu68. The Identity and Access Management Service (IAM) lets you control who has access to your cloud resources, what type of access they have, and to which specific resources. Watch the video to understand how you can leverage a single model for authentication and authorization to securely control access and easily manage your IT resources across all Oracle Cloud Infrastructure services. ================================= To improve the video quality, click the gear icon and set the Quality to 1080p/720p HD. For more information, see http://www.oracle.com/goto/oll and http://docs.oracle.com Copyright © 2017 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Other names may be registered trademarks of their respective owners. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the “Materials”). The Materials are provided “as is” without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties or merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
The Audit of Accruals and Prepayments - ACCA Audit and Assurance (AA)
 
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The Audit of Accruals and Prepayments - ACCA Audit and Assurance (AA) *** Complete list of free ACCA lectures is available on OpenTuition.com https://opentuition.com/acca/aa/ *** Free lectures for the ACCA Audit and Assurance (AA) Exam To benefit from this lecture, visit opentuition.com/acca to download the notes used in the lecture and access all our free resources including access to all ACCA lectures and Ask the ACCA Tutor Forums Please go to opentuition to post questions to ACCA Tutor, we do not provide support on youtube.
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Configuring Database Vault in Oracle Database 12c
 
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This video shows you how to configure and enable Database Vault in Oracle Database 12c. Copyright © 2014 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle® is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the "Materials"). The Materials are provided "as is" without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
Sysdba privilege in Oracle   | Operating System Authentication in Oracle | Oracle  DBA Videos
 
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This video is the part of "Oracle Database Administration Made Simple" Series. This video discuss about the following -- Discussion on database authentication -- Discussion on OS ( operating System) authentication -- Sysdba privilege
Hibernate Envers : How to Implement a Conditional Audit Log
 
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Today, I want to show you how to implement a conditional audit with Hibernate Envers. Envers automatically integrates with Hibernate ORM and provides a powerful and easy to use solution to write an audit log. As I described in previous videos, you just need to add Envers to your classpath and annotate your entities with @Audited. It will then document all insert, update and delete operations and you can even perform complex queries on your audited data and customize the revision information. Sounds quick and easy, right? Well, it is, as long as you audit all changes performed on an entity. But implementing a conditional audit requires more work. By default, Hibernate Envers registers a set of event listeners which are triggered by Hibernate ORM. You need to replace these listeners to customize Envers’ audit capabilities. If you like this video, please give me your thumbs up and share it with your friends and co-workers. Like my channel? Subscribe! ➜ http://bit.ly/2cUsid8 Join the free Member Library: https://goo.gl/dtyIIC Read the accompanying post: https://www.thoughts-on-java.org/conditional-auditing-hibernate-envers/ Want to connect with me? Blog: http://www.thoughts-on-java.org/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/thjanssen123 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thoughtsonjava
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Accessing Oracle Database Vault
 
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Accessing Oracle Database Vault
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What is AUDIT TRAIL? What does AUDIT TRAIL mean? AUDIT TRAIL meaning, definition & explanation
 
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What is AUDIT TRAIL? What does AUDIT TRAIL mean? AUDIT TRAIL meaning - AUDIT TRAIL definition - AUDIT TRAIL explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ An audit trail (also called audit log) is a security-relevant chronological record, set of records, and/or destination and source of records that provide documentary evidence of the sequence of activities that have affected at any time a specific operation, procedure, or event. Audit records typically result from activities such as financial transactions, scientific research and health care data transactions, or communications by individual people, systems, accounts, or other entities. The process that creates an audit trail is typically required to always run in a privileged mode, so it can access and supervise all actions from all users; a normal user should not be allowed to stop/change it. Furthermore, for the same reason, trail file or database table with a trail should not be accessible to normal users. Another way of handling this issue is through the use of a role-based security model in the software. The software can operate with the closed-looped controls, or as a 'closed system', as required by many companies when using audit trail functionality. In telecommunication, the term means a record of both completed and attempted accesses and service, or data forming a logical path linking a sequence of events, used to trace the transactions that have affected the contents of a record. In information or communications security, information audit means a chronological record of system activities to enable the reconstruction and examination of the sequence of events and/or changes in an event. In nursing research, it refers to the act of maintaining a running log or journal of decisions relating to a research project, thus making clear the steps taken and changes made to the original protocol. In accounting, it refers to documentation of detailed transactions supporting summary ledger entries. This documentation may be on paper or on electronic records. In online proofing, it pertains to the version history of a piece of artwork, design, photograph, video, or web design proof in a project. In clinical research, server based systems call Clinical Trial Management Systems (CTMS) require audit trails. Anything regulatory or QA/QC related also requires audit trails. In voting, a voter-verified paper audit trail is a method of providing feedback to voters using a ballotless voting system.
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Tutorial 15 : DML TRIGGER || How to use TRIGGER to audit the table.
 
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Hi Friends, Here we are learning about, how we can use TRIGGER to audit the table. Hope the example will give a brief vision about TRIGGER. Please let me know your confusion or doubt in comment box. Thanks. Happy Coding :)
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How To Use Auditing In Fusion Applications
 
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How To Use Auditing In Fusion Applications, Specifically Related To Customization.
Sensitive File Access Auditing Customer Story
 
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A global healthcare leader needed to ensure access to sensitive files complied with HIPAA and other privacy acts. With Imperva's sensitive data access auditing capabilities, all activity is recorded for a complete, tamperproof audit trail to document regulatory compliance.
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Oracle's Defense-in-Depth Database Security Controls
 
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Vipin Samar, Oracle SVP of database security, discusses key data security challenges and Oracle's approach to providing defense-in-depth security with multiple layers of control to protect data on premises and in the cloud.
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08 GreenSQL Auditing Policy Configuration
 
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Audit your sensitive tables columns
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Database Level Auditing with SQL Server 2012 [HD]
 
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Description: This video is about Database Level Audit with SQL Server 2012 [HD]. You can refer complete Text Tutorial on my website: www.SQLServerLog.com You can join me on social networks: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/SQLServerLog Linkedin: http://in.linkedin.com/in/SQLServerLog Google+: http://www.google.com/+SQLServerLogs Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/SQLServerLog
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PL/SQL tutorial : Trigger in Oracle Database 11g Complete guide
 
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Learn in depth about trigger in oracle database 11g, and usage of trigger in Database, different types of trigger with syntax for various events along with writing advance trigger and capturing all details regarding authentication. Explained Instead of trigger. Trigger in Oracle, Trigger in PL/SQL, Oracle Trigger, PL/SQL Trigger, What is Trigger in pl/sql, How to use Trigger in pl/sql, How to write a Trigger in oracle, How to design Trigger in pl/sql, DDL trigger, DML trigger, Instead of trigger, Compound trigger, Logon trigger, Introduction to Triggers You can write triggers that fire whenever one of the following operations occurs: DML statements (INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE) on a particular table or view, issued by any user DDL statements (CREATE or ALTER primarily) issued either by a particular schema/user or by any schema/user in the database Database events, such as logon/logoff, errors, or startup/shutdown, also issued either by a particular schema/user or by any schema/user in the database Triggers are similar to stored procedures. A trigger stored in the database can include SQL and PL/SQL or Java statements to run as a unit and can invoke stored procedures. However, procedures and triggers differ in the way that they are invoked. A procedure is explicitly run by a user, application, or trigger. Triggers are implicitly fired by Oracle when a triggering event occurs, no matter which user is connected or which application is being used. How Triggers Are Used Triggers supplement the standard capabilities of Oracle to provide a highly customized database management system. For example, a trigger can restrict DML operations against a table to those issued during regular business hours. You can also use triggers to: Automatically generate derived column values Prevent invalid transactions Enforce complex security authorizations Enforce referential integrity across nodes in a distributed database Enforce complex business rules Provide transparent event logging Provide auditing Maintain synchronous table replicates Gather statistics on table access Modify table data when DML statements are issued against views Publish information about database events, user events, and SQL statements to subscribing applications Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/aditya-kumar-roy-b3673368/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SpecializeAutomation/
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Introducing Oracle Key Vault: Centralized Keys, Wallets, and Java Keystores
 
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In his 2014 OpenWorld presentation, Saikat Saha assesses how security threats and increased regulation of sensitive information have expanded the use of encryption in the data center. As a result, management of encryption keys, certificates, wallets, and other secrets have become a vital part of the data center ecosystem, impacting both security and business continuity. Oracle Database Security introduces Oracle Key Vault, a central secure key management platform that helps facilitate the deployment of encryption across the enterprise.
Oracle Enterprise User Security
 
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A presentation and demonstration on Oracle Enterprise User Security which allows for centralized user access management to all the Oracle databases in your environment. Presented by Hub City Media, Inc.
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Oracle Administraton 06 = Object Privileges LIVE DEMO
 
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CREATE TABLE command in sql/oracle,INSERT command in sql/oracle UPDATE,ALTER PASSWORD command in sql, GRANT command, REVOKE command i, CREATE SYNONYM command in sql/oracle, DELETE command in sql/oracle, ALTER TABLE command in sql/oracle, DROP TABLE command in sql/oracle, CREATE INDEX command in sql/oracle, ALTER INDEX command in sql/oracle, DROP INDEX command in sql/oracle, CREATE VIEW command in sql/oracle, DROP VIEW command in sql/oracle USING SQL COMMAND Types of SQL Commands The following sections discuss the basic categories of commands used in SQL to perform various functions. These functions include building database objects, manipulating objects, populating database tables with data, updating existing data in tables, deleting data, performing database queries, controlling database access, and overall database administration. The main categories are DDL (Data Definition Language) DML (Data Manipulation Language) DQL (Data Query Language) DCL (Data Control Language) Data administration commands Transactional control commands Defining Database Structures Data Definition Language, DDL, is the part of SQL that allows a database user to create and restructure database objects, such as the creation or the deletion of a table. Some of the most fundamental DDL commands discussed during following hours include the following: CREATE TABLE ALTER TABLE DROP TABLE CREATE INDEX ALTER INDEX DROP INDEX CREATE VIEW DROP VIEW Manipulating Data Data Manipulation Language, DML, is the part of SQL used to manipulate data within objects of a relational database. There are three basic DML commands: INSERT UPDATE DELETE Selecting Data Though comprised of only one command, Data Query Language (DQL) is the most concentrated focus of SQL for modern relational database users. The base command is as follows: SELECT This command, accompanied by many options and clauses, is used to compose queries against a relational database. Queries, from simple to complex, from vague to specific, can be easily created. The SELECT command is discussed in exhilarating detail during Hours 7 through 16. A query is an inquiry to the database for information. A query is usually issued to the database through an application interface or via a command line prompt. Data Control Language Data control commands in SQL allow you to control access to data within the database. These DCL commands are normally used to create objects related to user access and also control the distribution of privileges among users. Some data control commands are as follows: ALTER PASSWORD GRANT REVOKE CREATE SYNONYM You will find that these commands are often grouped with other commands and may appear in a number of different lessons throughout this book. Data Administration Commands Data administration commands allow the user to perform audits and perform analyses on operations within the database. They can also be used to help analyze system performance. Two general data administration commands are as follows: START AUDIT STOP AUDIT Do not get data administration confused with database administration. Database administration is the overall administration of a database, which envelops the use of all levels of commands. Database administration is much more specific to each SQL implementation than are those core commands of the SQL language. Transactional Control Commands In addition to the previously introduced categories of commands, there are commands that allow the user to manage database transactions. COMMIT Saves database transactions ROLLBACK Undoes database transactions SAVEPOINT Creates points within groups of transactions in which to ROLLBACK SET TRANSACTION Places a name on a transaction Transactional commands are discussed extensively during Hour 6, "Managing Database Transactions."
Analyzing ANY Privilege Use with Oracle Database Vault
 
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This video shows you how to analyze the use of the READ ANY TABLE system privilege in Oracle Database 12c with Oracle Database Vault. The tutorial is also described step-by-step in the product documentation. Copyright © 2014 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle® is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the "Materials"). The Materials are provided "as is" without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
Oracle Access Manager Troubleshooting: oamconsole Login
 
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Learn about Oracle Access Manager (OAM): Troubleshooting with the FREE Lesson from our Oracle Access Manager (OAM ) Trainer & Oracle ACE & Author, Atul Kumar Covering oamconsole login issue. This video is from Oracle Access Manager (OAM) Training (http://k21academy.com/oam/) where we will cover all these in the most practical way. PS : Preparing for Your Job as an IDM Expert? Download your FREE copy of Interview Questions guide for OAM: http://k21academy.com/free-guide-oam
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How to Implement TDE for Oracle 12c2 Container and pluggable databases
 
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Setup Wallet: Modify the sqlnet.ora file ENCRYPTION_WALLET_LOCATION= (SOURCE= (METHOD=FILE) (METHOD_DATA= (DIRECTORY=Directory location\))) --set password based keystore - container level ADMINISTER KEY MANAGEMENT CREATE KEYSTORE 'C:\app\AkPC\admin\tdewallet\orcl' IDENTIFIED BY password; --set auto login keystore - container level ADMINISTER KEY MANAGEMENT CREATE AUTO_LOGIN KEYSTORE FROM KEYSTORE 'C:\app\AkPC\admin\tdewallet\orcl' IDENTIFIED BY password; --open the keystore in root container ADMINISTER KEY MANAGEMENT SET KEYSTORE OPEN IDENTIFIED BY password; --set master key at root container level ADMINISTER KEY MANAGEMENT SET KEY IDENTIFIED BY password with backup; --open the keystore in pdb ADMINISTER KEY MANAGEMENT SET KEYSTORE OPEN IDENTIFIED BY password; --Set database master key in pdb ADMINISTER KEY MANAGEMENT SET KEY IDENTIFIED BY password with backup; CREATE TABLESPACE encrypted_ts DATAFILE 'C:\app\AkPC\oradata\orcl\orclpdb\encrypted_ts.dbf' SIZE 128K AUTOEXTEND ON NEXT 64K ENCRYPTION USING 'AES256' DEFAULT STORAGE(ENCRYPT); CREATE TABLESPACE unencrypted_ts DATAFILE 'C:\app\AkPC\oradata\orcl\orclpdb\unencrypted_ts.dbf' SIZE 128K AUTOEXTEND ON NEXT 64K; CREATE TABLE TEST_ENC (TEXT VARCHAR2(100)) TABLESPACE encrypted_ts; CREATE TABLE TEST_UNENC (TEXT VARCHAR2(100)) TABLESPACE unencrypted_ts; insert into TEST_ENC values ('This is a secret'); insert into TEST_UNENC values ('This is a secret');
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Data Redaction Demo for Oracle Advanced Security (Oracle Database 12c) - Part 2
 
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Watch this brief product demonstration of Oracle Advanced Security Data Redaction in Oracle Database 12c. For more information, see: "Using Oracle Data Redaction" in Oracle Database Advanced Security Guide http://www.oracle.com/pls/topic/lookup?ctx=db121&id=BABFAGGJ "Limiting Access to Sensitive Data Using Oracle Data Redaction" in Oracle Database 2 Day + Security Guide http://www.oracle.com/pls/topic/lookup?ctx=db121&id=CACEGGGI Copyright © 2014 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle® is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the "Materials"). The Materials are provided "as is" without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
WebLogic Clustering Concepts & Debugging issues, Audit, WLST Recording
 
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WebLogic Cluster Setup Debugging issues, Audit, WLST Recording wls,weblogic,cluster,clustering,load balance,balancing,failover,session,http,java,horizontal,vertical,apache,application server,web server,httpd,configuration,proxy,frontend,backend,direct,traffic,internet,plugin,changes,how to,configure,with,wlst,creation,creating,create,debug,tutorial,introduction,unicast,multicast,in depth
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Troubleshooting a VPD policy in Oracle Database 12c
 
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This video includes an optional review of the VPD policy execution, then a function is created with intentional errors for learning purposes, and you see how to diagnose, troubleshoot, and correct errors. Prerequisite video: "Using Virtual Private Database with Oracle Database 12c" which contains the setup of the test case. Copyright © 2014 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle® is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the "Materials"). The Materials are provided "as is" without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
Create a New Tablespace with EM Express 12c
 
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This video shows you how to create a test tablespace with Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Express 12c. Copyright © 2013 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle® is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the "Materials"). The Materials are provided "as is" without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
Oracle Regions and Availability Domains
 
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Provisioning your cloud resources across multiple Availability Domains gives you a great foundation for ensuring high availability and disaster protection. Thus, managing Regions and Availability Domains becomes essential. This video helps you learn more about Regions and Availability Domains along with the steps to manage them in the console. ================================= To improve the video quality, click the gear icon and set the Quality to 1080p/720p HD. For more information, see http://www.oracle.com/goto/oll and http://docs.oracle.com Copyright © 2017 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Other names may be registered trademarks of their respective owners. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the “Materials”). The Materials are provided “as is” without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties or merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
Oracle Administration 34 =  Controlfiles in Oracle Theory
 
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CREATE TABLE command in sql/oracle,INSERT command in sql/oracle UPDATE,ALTER PASSWORD command in sql, GRANT command, REVOKE command i, CREATE SYNONYM command in sql/oracle, DELETE command in sql/oracle, ALTER TABLE command in sql/oracle, DROP TABLE command in sql/oracle, CREATE INDEX command in sql/oracle, ALTER INDEX command in sql/oracle, DROP INDEX command in sql/oracle, CREATE VIEW command in sql/oracle, DROP VIEW command in sql/oracle USING SQL COMMAND Types of SQL Commands The following sections discuss the basic categories of commands used in SQL to perform various functions. These functions include building database objects, manipulating objects, populating database tables with data, updating existing data in tables, deleting data, performing database queries, controlling database access, and overall database administration. The main categories are DDL (Data Definition Language) DML (Data Manipulation Language) DQL (Data Query Language) DCL (Data Control Language) Data administration commands Transactional control commands Defining Database Structures Data Definition Language, DDL, is the part of SQL that allows a database user to create and restructure database objects, such as the creation or the deletion of a table. Some of the most fundamental DDL commands discussed during following hours include the following: CREATE TABLE ALTER TABLE DROP TABLE CREATE INDEX ALTER INDEX DROP INDEX CREATE VIEW DROP VIEW Manipulating Data Data Manipulation Language, DML, is the part of SQL used to manipulate data within objects of a relational database. There are three basic DML commands: INSERT UPDATE DELETE Selecting Data Though comprised of only one command, Data Query Language (DQL) is the most concentrated focus of SQL for modern relational database users. The base command is as follows: SELECT This command, accompanied by many options and clauses, is used to compose queries against a relational database. Queries, from simple to complex, from vague to specific, can be easily created. The SELECT command is discussed in exhilarating detail during Hours 7 through 16. A query is an inquiry to the database for information. A query is usually issued to the database through an application interface or via a command line prompt. Data Control Language Data control commands in SQL allow you to control access to data within the database. These DCL commands are normally used to create objects related to user access and also control the distribution of privileges among users. Some data control commands are as follows: ALTER PASSWORD GRANT REVOKE CREATE SYNONYM You will find that these commands are often grouped with other commands and may appear in a number of different lessons throughout this book. Data Administration Commands Data administration commands allow the user to perform audits and perform analyses on operations within the database. They can also be used to help analyze system performance. Two general data administration commands are as follows: START AUDIT STOP AUDIT Do not get data administration confused with database administration. Database administration is the overall administration of a database, which envelops the use of all levels of commands. Database administration is much more specific to each SQL implementation than are those core commands of the SQL language. Transactional Control Commands In addition to the previously introduced categories of commands, there are commands that allow the user to manage database transactions. COMMIT Saves database transactions ROLLBACK Undoes database transactions SAVEPOINT Creates points within groups of transactions in which to ROLLBACK SET TRANSACTION Places a name on a transaction Transactional commands are discussed extensively during Hour 6, "Managing Database Transactions."
How to implement VPD in Oracle Database (Part 2)
 
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How to implement VPD (Virtual Private Database) in Oracle Database(9i,10g,11g,12c) Enterprise Edition. PART 2 Video. links: Part 1 https://youtu.be/JVvtvh3cN1I Part 2 https://youtu.be/xLcin_Wgbvs Part 3 https://youtu.be/mE1cSbmEwnQ Now we will conn to sec_adm user : ------------------ CONNECT sec_adm/sec_adm; This table will contain the user access info. CREATE TABLE users (id VARCHAR2(30) NOT NULL, ouser VARCHAR2(30) NOT NULL, first_name VARCHAR2(50) NOT NULL, last_name VARCHAR2(50) NOT NULL); INSERT INTO users VALUES ('HR','USER1','User','One'); INSERT INTO users VALUES ('FINANCE','USER2','User','Two'); COMMIT; conn schemaowner/schemaowner GRANT SELECT, INSERT ON user_data TO user1, user2; Now we will create the context package: ---------------------------------------- CONNECT sec_adm/sec_adm; CREATE CONTEXT SCHEMAOWNER USING context_package; CREATE OR REPLACE PACKAGE context_package AS PROCEDURE set_context; END; / Next we create the context_package body which will actually set the user context. CREATE OR REPLACE PACKAGE BODY context_package IS PROCEDURE set_context IS v_ouser VARCHAR2(30); v_id VARCHAR2(30); BEGIN DBMS_SESSION.set_context('SCHEMAOWNER','SETUP','TRUE'); v_ouser := SYS_CONTEXT('USERENV','SESSION_USER'); BEGIN SELECT id INTO v_id FROM users WHERE ouser = v_ouser; DBMS_SESSION.set_context('SCHEMAOWNER','USER_ID', v_id); EXCEPTION WHEN NO_DATA_FOUND THEN DBMS_SESSION.set_context('SCHEMAOWNER','USER_ID', 0); END; DBMS_SESSION.set_context('SCHEMAOWNER','SETUP','FALSE'); END set_context; END context_package; / SHOW ERRORS Next we make sure that all users have access to the Context_Package. GRANT EXECUTE ON context_package TO schemaowner,user1,user2; Create Login Trigger Next we must create a trigger to fire after the user logs onto the database. CONNECT sec_adm/sec_adm; CREATE OR REPLACE TRIGGER set_security_context AFTER LOGON ON DATABASE BEGIN context_package.set_context; END; / SHOW ERRORS
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Using Virtual Private Database with Oracle Database 12c
 
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This video shows you how to implement a security policy using the application context functionality of Oracle Database 12c. 1. What is FGAC and VPD? 2. Set up for the demo (Create user, application context, package, trigger and grant privileges). 3. Create the package that is used by the security policy to return a predicate. 4. Create a policy and test it. 5. Drop a policy. Recommended after this: * Using VPD Types * Troubleshooting a VPD policy Copyright © 2014 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle® is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the "Materials"). The Materials are provided "as is" without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
Oracle Administration 26 = The Password File of the Oracle Database Hands On
 
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CREATE TABLE command in sql/oracle,INSERT command in sql/oracle UPDATE,ALTER PASSWORD command in sql, GRANT command, REVOKE command i, CREATE SYNONYM command in sql/oracle, DELETE command in sql/oracle, ALTER TABLE command in sql/oracle, DROP TABLE command in sql/oracle, CREATE INDEX command in sql/oracle, ALTER INDEX command in sql/oracle, DROP INDEX command in sql/oracle, CREATE VIEW command in sql/oracle, DROP VIEW command in sql/oracle USING SQL COMMAND Types of SQL Commands The following sections discuss the basic categories of commands used in SQL to perform various functions. These functions include building database objects, manipulating objects, populating database tables with data, updating existing data in tables, deleting data, performing database queries, controlling database access, and overall database administration. The main categories are DDL (Data Definition Language) DML (Data Manipulation Language) DQL (Data Query Language) DCL (Data Control Language) Data administration commands Transactional control commands Defining Database Structures Data Definition Language, DDL, is the part of SQL that allows a database user to create and restructure database objects, such as the creation or the deletion of a table. Some of the most fundamental DDL commands discussed during following hours include the following: CREATE TABLE ALTER TABLE DROP TABLE CREATE INDEX ALTER INDEX DROP INDEX CREATE VIEW DROP VIEW Manipulating Data Data Manipulation Language, DML, is the part of SQL used to manipulate data within objects of a relational database. There are three basic DML commands: INSERT UPDATE DELETE Selecting Data Though comprised of only one command, Data Query Language (DQL) is the most concentrated focus of SQL for modern relational database users. The base command is as follows: SELECT This command, accompanied by many options and clauses, is used to compose queries against a relational database. Queries, from simple to complex, from vague to specific, can be easily created. The SELECT command is discussed in exhilarating detail during Hours 7 through 16. A query is an inquiry to the database for information. A query is usually issued to the database through an application interface or via a command line prompt. Data Control Language Data control commands in SQL allow you to control access to data within the database. These DCL commands are normally used to create objects related to user access and also control the distribution of privileges among users. Some data control commands are as follows: ALTER PASSWORD GRANT REVOKE CREATE SYNONYM You will find that these commands are often grouped with other commands and may appear in a number of different lessons throughout this book. Data Administration Commands Data administration commands allow the user to perform audits and perform analyses on operations within the database. They can also be used to help analyze system performance. Two general data administration commands are as follows: START AUDIT STOP AUDIT Do not get data administration confused with database administration. Database administration is the overall administration of a database, which envelops the use of all levels of commands. Database administration is much more specific to each SQL implementation than are those core commands of the SQL language. Transactional Control Commands In addition to the previously introduced categories of commands, there are commands that allow the user to manage database transactions. COMMIT Saves database transactions ROLLBACK Undoes database transactions SAVEPOINT Creates points within groups of transactions in which to ROLLBACK SET TRANSACTION Places a name on a transaction Transactional commands are discussed extensively during Hour 6, "Managing Database Transactions."
How to implement strong password verify function on Oracle database
 
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Establishing and enforcing limitations on password complexity, expiration, lockout, and reuse will reduce the risk that threat agents may gain access by exploiting a weakness in these settings. Create a strong password verify function and attach the function to default or custom profile which will be assigned to all user accounts created in the database. Following values are recommended for the password profile options:- failed_login_attempts=10- password_life_time=90- password_reuse_max=20- password_reuse_time=365- password_lock_time=1- password_grace_time=3
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JD Edwards: Cloud Security Audit for Your ERP System
 
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There are various reasons you might audit your ERP security system: auditor pressure, compliance reporting, or simply because you realize that 50% of frauds are committed by insiders. Also, how can you learn about your usage of the ERP quickly and easily before the Oracle LMS team shows up to perform an audit of your ERP? With audits today, it’s hard to get meaningful insights. Most companies use SQL scripts and complex spreadsheets, but find it very difficult to get accurate, actionable information. ​​​​ During this webcast, we will discuss: Determine whether you have issues with your ERP Security, and get appropriate recommendations Obtain Segregation of Duties & Audit Reporting with no technical effort Plan for security remediation Understanding your Oracle License Usage (ensure compliance) RapidAudit powered by Q Software solves this problem. It’s a Cloud-based service that reports on Segregation of Duties issues, Access visibility, and Critical Program availability, with metrics on overall security and a full set of recommendations -- all delivered overnight with no technical effort required.
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Oracle SQL 01  Database Management System DBMS   Part 01 THEORY
 
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USING SQL COMMAND Types of SQL Commands The following sections discuss the basic categories of commands used in SQL to perform various functions. These functions include building database objects, manipulating objects, populating database tables with data, updating existing data in tables, deleting data, performing database queries, controlling database access, and overall database administration. The main categories are DDL (Data Definition Language) DML (Data Manipulation Language) DQL (Data Query Language) DCL (Data Control Language) Data administration commands Transactional control commands Defining Database Structures Data Definition Language, DDL, is the part of SQL that allows a database user to create and restructure database objects, such as the creation or the deletion of a table. Some of the most fundamental DDL commands discussed during following hours include the following: CREATE TABLE ALTER TABLE DROP TABLE CREATE INDEX ALTER INDEX DROP INDEX CREATE VIEW DROP VIEW Manipulating Data Data Manipulation Language, DML, is the part of SQL used to manipulate data within objects of a relational database. There are three basic DML commands: INSERT UPDATE DELETE Selecting Data Though comprised of only one command, Data Query Language (DQL) is the most concentrated focus of SQL for modern relational database users. The base command is as follows: SELECT This command, accompanied by many options and clauses, is used to compose queries against a relational database. Queries, from simple to complex, from vague to specific, can be easily created. The SELECT command is discussed in exhilarating detail during Hours 7 through 16. A query is an inquiry to the database for information. A query is usually issued to the database through an application interface or via a command line prompt. Data Control Language Data control commands in SQL allow you to control access to data within the database. These DCL commands are normally used to create objects related to user access and also control the distribution of privileges among users. Some data control commands are as follows: ALTER PASSWORD GRANT REVOKE CREATE SYNONYM You will find that these commands are often grouped with other commands and may appear in a number of different lessons throughout this book. Data Administration Commands Data administration commands allow the user to perform audits and perform analyses on operations within the database. They can also be used to help analyze system performance. Two general data administration commands are as follows: START AUDIT STOP AUDIT Do not get data administration confused with database administration. Database administration is the overall administration of a database, which envelops the use of all levels of commands. Database administration is much more specific to each SQL implementation than are those core commands of the SQL language. Transactional Control Commands In addition to the previously introduced categories of commands, there are commands that allow the user to manage database transactions. COMMIT Saves database transactions ROLLBACK Undoes database transactions SAVEPOINT Creates points within groups of transactions in which to ROLLBACK SET TRANSACTION Places a name on a transaction Transactional commands are discussed extensively during Hour 6, "Managing Database Transactions." sql interview questions,sql interview questions and answers,interview questions for freshers,SQL,sql tutorial BEGINNERS,oracle,pl sql,pl/sql,mysql,oracle interview,google interview question,trigger in oracle,dbms,rdbms, oracle tutorial,pl sql basics,pl sql tutorials, pl sql example,sql,sql server ,query,sql query,questions,interview questions,coding interview,sql coding, code , database interview questions and answers,interview questions sql, interview questions,sql server,sql interview,interview sql,interview question sql join ,inner join, group by,select sql,interview questions ,sql basic, PL SQL Programs,PL SQL,PL SQL block,PL SQL Function,PL SQL Package,PL SQL Package body,PL SQL Procedure ,PL SQL Trigger,PL SQLType,PL SQL Type body,CREATE OR REPLACE PROCEDURE,database interview questions and answers,interview questions sql, interview questions,sql server,Procedural Language,interview sql,interview question sql join ,inner join, group by,select sql,interview questions ,sql basic,pl sql variable,oraclecoach,claire rajan, PL SQL,PL SQL block,PL SQL Function,PL SQL Package,PL SQL Package body,PL SQL Procedure,PL SQL Trigger,PL SQLType,PL SQL
Oracle Administration 03 = Data Control LanguageDCL   System Privileges Concepts
 
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CREATE TABLE command in sql/oracle,INSERT command in sql/oracle UPDATE,ALTER PASSWORD command in sql, GRANT command, REVOKE command i, CREATE SYNONYM command in sql/oracle, DELETE command in sql/oracle, ALTER TABLE command in sql/oracle, DROP TABLE command in sql/oracle, CREATE INDEX command in sql/oracle, ALTER INDEX command in sql/oracle, DROP INDEX command in sql/oracle, CREATE VIEW command in sql/oracle, DROP VIEW command in sql/oracle USING SQL COMMAND Types of SQL Commands The following sections discuss the basic categories of commands used in SQL to perform various functions. These functions include building database objects, manipulating objects, populating database tables with data, updating existing data in tables, deleting data, performing database queries, controlling database access, and overall database administration. The main categories are DDL (Data Definition Language) DML (Data Manipulation Language) DQL (Data Query Language) DCL (Data Control Language) Data administration commands Transactional control commands Defining Database Structures Data Definition Language, DDL, is the part of SQL that allows a database user to create and restructure database objects, such as the creation or the deletion of a table. Some of the most fundamental DDL commands discussed during following hours include the following: CREATE TABLE ALTER TABLE DROP TABLE CREATE INDEX ALTER INDEX DROP INDEX CREATE VIEW DROP VIEW Manipulating Data Data Manipulation Language, DML, is the part of SQL used to manipulate data within objects of a relational database. There are three basic DML commands: INSERT UPDATE DELETE Selecting Data Though comprised of only one command, Data Query Language (DQL) is the most concentrated focus of SQL for modern relational database users. The base command is as follows: SELECT This command, accompanied by many options and clauses, is used to compose queries against a relational database. Queries, from simple to complex, from vague to specific, can be easily created. The SELECT command is discussed in exhilarating detail during Hours 7 through 16. A query is an inquiry to the database for information. A query is usually issued to the database through an application interface or via a command line prompt. Data Control Language Data control commands in SQL allow you to control access to data within the database. These DCL commands are normally used to create objects related to user access and also control the distribution of privileges among users. Some data control commands are as follows: ALTER PASSWORD GRANT REVOKE CREATE SYNONYM You will find that these commands are often grouped with other commands and may appear in a number of different lessons throughout this book. Data Administration Commands Data administration commands allow the user to perform audits and perform analyses on operations within the database. They can also be used to help analyze system performance. Two general data administration commands are as follows: START AUDIT STOP AUDIT Do not get data administration confused with database administration. Database administration is the overall administration of a database, which envelops the use of all levels of commands. Database administration is much more specific to each SQL implementation than are those core commands of the SQL language. Transactional Control Commands In addition to the previously introduced categories of commands, there are commands that allow the user to manage database transactions. COMMIT Saves database transactions ROLLBACK Undoes database transactions SAVEPOINT Creates points within groups of transactions in which to ROLLBACK SET TRANSACTION Places a name on a transaction Transactional commands are discussed extensively during Hour 6, "Managing Database Transactions."
Introduction to OCI Identity and Access Management
 
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The Identity and Access Management Service (IAM) lets you control who has access to your cloud resources, what type of access they have, and to which specific resources. Watch the video to understand how you can leverage a single model for authentication and authorization to securely control access and easily manage your IT resources across all Oracle Cloud Infrastructure services. ================================= To improve the video quality, click the gear icon and set the Quality to 1080p/720p HD. For more information, see http://www.oracle.com/goto/oll and http://docs.oracle.com Copyright © 2019 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Other names may be registered trademarks of their respective owners. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the “Materials”). The Materials are provided “as is” without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties or merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure: IPSec Tunnel
 
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Within the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, an IPSec VPN connection is one of the choices for connectivity between your on-premises network and your VCN. It consists of multiple redundant IPSec tunnels that use static routes to route traffic. Watch the video to learn more about the requirements and overall process for setting up an IPSec VPN connection. ================================= To improve the video quality, click the gear icon and set the Quality to 1080p/720p HD. For more information, see http://www.oracle.com/goto/oll and http://docs.oracle.com Copyright © 2017 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Other names may be registered trademarks of their respective owners. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the “Materials”). The Materials are provided “as is” without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties or merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
SQL Server Audit Logs from multiple Servers displayed on web Site
 
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An example of how to take advantage of the Microsoft SQL Server Audit Log by using the function fn_get_audit_file. By activating the SQL Audit on several SQL servers (permanently) will generate logs as defined to a file share (if sqlserver engine service runs as an AD User Account). The logs can be read by means of the sys.fn_get_audit_file function automatically using a developed Windows Service tool and the data saved in a database - all controlled by some Registry keys. The most important events can be filtered and displayed on a web site. More info: [email protected]
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