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Chapter 10 Oracle Grants Auditing

COLUMN DESCRIPTION

COMMENT_TEXT

If this field is populated, it yields some information about the way the user was authenticated.

SESSIONID

The auditing session id as selected from v$session view.

ENTRYID

The entry id inside a single session, relevant only if the session has more than a single entry.

STATEMENTID

The statement inside a session. One statement may cause multiple actions.

RETURNCODE

The result of the action. Typically it’s zero (0), for a successful action. If the action fails due to some reason, it’s set to the Oracle error number.

PRIV_USED

If the privilege used by the user is something special, then it’s mentioned here. For instance, is user SCOTT drops his own table EMP, there is no special privilege required, and this field is left null. But if user FRED, who has DROP ANY TABLE privilege, drops Scott’s table EMP, then the special privilege is used, and is recorded in this column.


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