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Chapter 11 Oracle Fine Grained Auditing

the patient in that claim, etc. The requirement might state to audit the query only if these columns are accessed. The parameter in the function ADD_POLICY that does this is set as shown below.

audit_column => 'SSN, PROC_CODE'

In this example, the audit records are triggered only if the columns SSN and PROC_CODE are selected in the query. These columns are referred to as Relevant Columns. By default, all the columns of the object are relevant. Specifying this parameter can limit the amount of audit generated.

Based on these two parameters, a complete example of adding a policy is shown below.

   dbms_fga.add_policy (
        'CLAIM_AMOUNT>500 OR PAID_AMOUNT>500',
        'SSN, PROC_CODE’

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