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Chapter 8 General Oracle Auditing

COMMENT_TEXT

– This holds miscellaneous comments on the connection or the session, more specifically, the connection information on the session, i.e. how the user was authenticated. A typical line may look like:

Authenticated by: DATABASE; Client address: (ADDRESS=(PROTOCOL=tcp)(HOST=x.y.z.w)(PORT=1791))

Let’s analyze the various parts of this message. It shows the user was connected through database authentication and shows the client address (masked in this example). Note the port number is 1791. We don’t have such a port defined; the only defined ports are 1521 and 1526. Where did it come from? It comes from the dynamic ports allocated by the listener. This phenomenon has been described in depth in the Chapter on Network Security.

ACTION and ACTION_NAME

– These hold the Action# and the decoded Action Description as defined in the table audit_actions. The following Table 8.4 has a list of the actions audited.

ALTER CLUSTER

ALTER DATABASE

ALTER DIMENSION

ALTER FUNCTION

ALTER INDEX

ALTER JAVA

ALTER OPERATOR

ALTER OUTLINE

ALTER PACKAGE

ALTER PACKAGE BODY

ALTER PROCEDURE

ALTER PROFILE


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