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Chapter 3 Introduction to Oracle Auditing

create or replace trigger
   DDLTrigger
AFTER DDL ON DATABASE
BEGIN
    insert into
       ddl_log
    (
       user_name,
       ddl_date,
       ddl_type,
       object_type,
       owner,
       object_name
    )
    VALUES
    (
       ora_login_user,
       sysdate,
       ora_sysevent,
       ora_dict_obj_type,
       ora_dict_obj_owner,
       ora_dict_obj_name
    );
END;

Whenever a DDL statement is executed, this trigger records the user who issued it, the timestamp of the statement, the type of the DDL (a column was added, a column was dropped, a table was created, etc.), the owner of the object that was created, dropped or modified, and the type of the object (table, view, procedure, etc.).


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