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Chapter 8 General Oracle Auditing




This is important for authentication purposes. Described in detail below.


The Audit Session Id of that session. Remember, this is the Audit Session Id, not the Session Id from v$session view.


A single statement may trigger several types of audited events, e.g. a select * from dual may trigger Oracle check whether a cached cursor similar to the query exists or not. All these entries are assigned one unique entry id within a session id.


A single session may have several audited statements – such as, the user created a table, altered another, selected yet another, etc. Each of these statements is assigned one statement id that is unique in that session id. If the audited event is not a statement, then the statement id is 0.

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