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Chapter 11 Oracle Fine Grained Auditing
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Audited. Although the relevant columns SSN
or PROC_CODE are not explicitly specified, the SELECT * selects
them, so the columns are implicitly selected. Hence it’s
Not Audited. The relevant columns are not
selected, not even implicitly; hence the action is not audited.
Table 11.3 Effects of Statements on Auditing
Hopefully this table will provide clear
examples for when the auditing engages and when it does not.
Following this table, you can devise a fine-grained auditing system
for your database with the specific requirements in mind.
The third set of parameters passed to
dbms_fga.add_policy is related to handler procedures. When the audit
condition is triggered on the table or view, the default action is
to write the records into the audit trail. However, at the same
time, the procedure defined as the handler procedure is executed, if
mentioned. In the above case, the following is an example of the
handler procedure as a parameter to the dbms_fga.add_policy procedure.
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