How to configure oracle wallet step by step. For more detail please visit on my official website www.ocptehcnology.com #walletmanager #oracle #ocptechnology
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WIth the recent Equifax Breech, customers are asking about a ways to secure their datbases. Doing this is a quick way to get started hardening your Oracle Database.
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Encrypting data is a useful tool to protect sensitive data be it at rest, in motion, or in use. For an Oracle Database, encryption may be done at the storage, application, network, and backup layers. Therefore, implementing database encryption can be time consuming and difficult as there are performance considerations and challenges such as effective key management for each encryption solution. This education webinar examines available Oracle Database encryption technologies and deployment options highlighting the benefits and potential pitfalls of each encryption solution.
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Create your own Services And Oracle Warehouse Builder User By Config The Database And listener
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How to connect to Oracle database with External Secure Password Store. This is Demo4 from the presentation http://www.slideshare.net/KirillLoifman/from-my-pc-to-oracle-remote-database http://www.dadbm.com
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Learn How to Call Secure Web Services (SSL/HTTPS) from Oracle APEX applications! More and more APEX developers need to call (consume) web services from their applications. In this four-part tutorial Oracle Certified Master DBA John Watson, SkillBuilders Director of Oracle Database Services, will demonstrate how to configure the Oracle Database environment to allow external connections and recognize and accept vetted digital certificates. To watch all 4 FREE lessons visit http://www.skillbuilders.com/how-to-get-oracle-apex-ssl-web-services-working.
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Demonstration of the three connection methods used in Toad for Oracle https://support.software.dell.com/toad-for-oracle/kb/205157
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This demonstration shows you how to setup Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c user authentication with Microsoft Active Directory. Copyright © 2012 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle® is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the "Materials"). The Materials are provided "as is" without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
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This demo shows you how to create a keystore, formerly known as encryption wallet, and how to back it up for availability reasons. Next suggested videos: - Oracle Database 12c: Creating a Transparently Encrypted Backup - Oracle Database 12c: Recovering by Using an Encrypted Backup Copyright © 2013 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle® is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the "Materials"). The Materials are provided "as is" without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
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Got 2 minutes? Invest the time in this illustrated technical tip on transport layer security in Oracle Integration Cloud Service and Mobile Cloud Service, delivered by Oracle ACE Associate and AMIS Technology senior integration consultant Maarten Smeets. For a more in-depth look at TLS security in ICS and MCS see Maarten's blog post, "Oracle Mobile Cloud Service (MCS) and Integration Cloud Service (ICS): How secure is your TLS connection?": https://technology.amis.nl/2017/07/26/oracle-mobile-cloud-service-mcs-integration-cloud-service-ics-cipher-how-secure-tls-connection/
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Learn how to connect to Oracle Database Cloud Service using Oracle SQL Developer ================================= To improve the video quality, click the gear icon and set the Quality to 1080p/720p HD. For more information, see http://www.oracle.com/goto/oll and http://docs.oracle.com Copyright © 2017 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Other names may be registered trademarks of their respective owners. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the “Materials”). The Materials are provided “as is” without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties or merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
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Learn how to allow an Oracle database to make an external connection - by creating and Access Control List (ACL). Watch all 4 FREE lessons at http://www.skillbuilders.com/how-to-get-oracle-apex-ssl-web-services-working.
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Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=wowzataz Blog : http://eromang.zataz.com Twitter : http://twitter.com/eromang Timeline : Vulnerability discovered by Joxean Koret in 2008 Vulberability reported to the vendor by Joxean Koret in 2008 Public release of the vulnerability in Oracle CPU by the vendor the 2012-04-17 Details and PoC of the vulnerability released by Joxean Koret the 2012-04-18 Fake patching of the vulnerability discovered by Joxean Koret the 2012-04-26 PoC provided by: Joxean Koret Reference(s) : Oracle CPU of April 2012 CVE-2012-1675 Affected versions : All versions of Oracle Database Tested with Oracle Database 10g Enterprise Edition Release 10.2.0.4.0 Description : Usage of Joxean Koret PoC require that the database name has a length of 6 characters. Database server characteristics : IP : 192.168.178.150 Oracle version : 10.2.0.4.0 Database listener port : 1521 Database listener has no clients IPs restrictions Database name : arcsig Database username : arcsig Database password : testtest Database client characteristics : IP : 192.168.178.151 SQL*Plus version : 10.2.0.4.0 tnsnames.ora file as bellow : TARGET.DB= (DESCRIPTION = (ADDRESS = (PROTOCOL = TCP)(HOST = 192.168.178.150)(PORT = 1521)) (CONNECT_DATA = (SERVICE_NAME= arcsig) ) ) Attacker characteristics : IP : 192.168.178.100 Usage of PoC provided by Joxean Koret Demonstration : PoC validation phase On database server : ifconfig On database client : ifconfig sqlplus -v cat tnsnames.ora sqlplus [email protected] HELP QUIT PoC exploitation phase On attacker : Start the MITM proxy, how will intercept the communication between the client and the database : sudo python proxy.py -l 192.168.178.100 -p 1521 -r 192.168.178.150 -P 1521 Start the vulnerability exploitation : python tnspoisonv1.py 192.168.178.100 1521 arcsig 192.168.178.150 1521 On the database client : Connect with SQL*Plus sqlplus [email protected] ? ? INDEX TOTO QUIT You can see that the communication are intercepted by the proxy.
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Setup Wallet: Modify the sqlnet.ora file ENCRYPTION_WALLET_LOCATION= (SOURCE= (METHOD=FILE) (METHOD_DATA= (DIRECTORY=Directory location\))) --set password based keystore - container level ADMINISTER KEY MANAGEMENT CREATE KEYSTORE 'C:\app\AkPC\admin\tdewallet\orcl' IDENTIFIED BY password; --set auto login keystore - container level ADMINISTER KEY MANAGEMENT CREATE AUTO_LOGIN KEYSTORE FROM KEYSTORE 'C:\app\AkPC\admin\tdewallet\orcl' IDENTIFIED BY password; --open the keystore in root container ADMINISTER KEY MANAGEMENT SET KEYSTORE OPEN IDENTIFIED BY password; --set master key at root container level ADMINISTER KEY MANAGEMENT SET KEY IDENTIFIED BY password with backup; --open the keystore in pdb ADMINISTER KEY MANAGEMENT SET KEYSTORE OPEN IDENTIFIED BY password; --Set database master key in pdb ADMINISTER KEY MANAGEMENT SET KEY IDENTIFIED BY password with backup; CREATE TABLESPACE encrypted_ts DATAFILE 'C:\app\AkPC\oradata\orcl\orclpdb\encrypted_ts.dbf' SIZE 128K AUTOEXTEND ON NEXT 64K ENCRYPTION USING 'AES256' DEFAULT STORAGE(ENCRYPT); CREATE TABLESPACE unencrypted_ts DATAFILE 'C:\app\AkPC\oradata\orcl\orclpdb\unencrypted_ts.dbf' SIZE 128K AUTOEXTEND ON NEXT 64K; CREATE TABLE TEST_ENC (TEXT VARCHAR2(100)) TABLESPACE encrypted_ts; CREATE TABLE TEST_UNENC (TEXT VARCHAR2(100)) TABLESPACE unencrypted_ts; insert into TEST_ENC values ('This is a secret'); insert into TEST_UNENC values ('This is a secret');
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Md.Golam Rabbani Software Engineer Link : https://rabbaniapex.blogspot.com/2018/04/1.html
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In his 2014 OpenWorld presentation, Saikat Saha assesses how security threats and increased regulation of sensitive information have expanded the use of encryption in the data center. As a result, management of encryption keys, certificates, wallets, and other secrets have become a vital part of the data center ecosystem, impacting both security and business continuity. Oracle Database Security introduces Oracle Key Vault, a central secure key management platform that helps facilitate the deployment of encryption across the enterprise.
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Held on July 12 2018 Marc Sewtz, Oracle Application Express Development Manager, proudly shares all the cool new features his team packed into the 18.1 release of APEX. 47:40 Q&A Begins AskTOM Office Hours offers free, monthly training and tips on how to make the most of Oracle Database, from Oracle product managers, developers and evangelists. https://asktom.oracle.com/ Oracle Developers portal: https://developer.oracle.com/ Sign up for an Oracle Cloud trial: https://cloud.oracle.com/en_US/tryit music: bensound.com
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Oracle Transparent Data Encryption (TDE) • Need for secure information • Automatic encryption of sensitive information: – Embedded in the Oracle database – No need to change application logic – Encrypts data and index values • Using an encryption key: – Master key for the entire database – Stored in Oracle Wallet
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Java program for posting messages to Weblogic JMS (Java Messaging Service) Queue
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How to connect to Oracle Database using Toad for Oracle. Online Video to learn the simple way to connect to database through Toad for Oracle. Learn Oracle connectivity from configuring tnsnames.ora , net8 client configuration to connecting to toad. A complete oracle tutorial.
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Installation video of Oracle DB 11g XE available on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MZn8oGneg8I Installation video of Oracle APEX 5 on Oracle DB 11g XE available on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xROa_obv9UQ Oracle APEX use Embeded PL/SQL Gateway (EPG) as the default interface. There is possibility to integrate Oracle APEX with Apache Tomcat and APEX Listener. This video will describe step by step how to make integration between Oracle APEX and Apache TOmcat + APEX Listener. Please Subscribe
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Learn how to get Oracle APEX / Oracle Database to recognize and accept vetted digital certificates. (Part of getting APEX / Oracle Database to work with secure web services (SSL/HTTPS)). To watch all 4 FREE lessons visit http://www.skillbuilders.com/how-to-get-oracle-apex-ssl-web-services-working.
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How to brake a firewall enabling SSH tunnel to Oracle database. This is Demo2 from the presentation http://www.slideshare.net/KirillLoifman/from-my-pc-to-oracle-remote-database http://www.dadbm.com
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How To Confirgure/ Install Apache Tomcat and Configure Oracle ORDS on it and What would happen if we change or delete the configuration file of ORDS How to Call a Rest full Web service in Oracle APEX via Apache Tomcat and ORDS. Download APACHE TOMCAT https://tomcat.apache.org/download-90.cgi
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Website + download source code @ http://www.zaneacademy.com | 0:00 What is JMS? | 1:40 What JMS Models are available? | 2:10 What is a JMS diagram? | 4:15 What is a JMS Client? | 4:25 What is a JMS Provider? | 4:50 What is a JMS Application? | 5:10 What is a JMS Producer? | 5:20 What is a JMS Consumer? | 5:45 What is the Publish/Subscribe JMS Model? | 7:10 What is the Point to Point JMS Model?
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Hi everyone, Andy from Easysoft Limited here, what I want to show you today is how to get data from SQL Server into Oracle. Now for this we will be accessing SQL Server 2014 from Oracle 12 and getting data across. This could be quite easily be any SQL Server version from 2008 and any Oracle version from 11.2, the configuration and process is the same. We can obviously get access to data on SQL Server prior to 2008 and Oracle prior to version 11.2 but it will need a different configuration to what I am going to show you today The plan is also to add more data to the SQL Server table and show this new data back in Oracle. To start off you'll need access to ensure that you have access to your SQL Server and Oracle databases. You'll also need the Easysoft SQL Server ODBC Driver available from www.easysoft.com; just download it, install it and request the free 14 day trial licence. Before we start we need to make some changes to the standard Easysoft config files. cat /etc/odbc.ini Here I have changed Mars Connection to Yes. It must be set to "Yes" if you are connecting to SQL Server 2005 or newer. Easysoft supports all SQL data types from the version of SQL Server from version 7. Oracle supports data types that are common to most ODBC Drivers, but not some of the SQL Server ones. If you intend to access VARCHAR(MAX) for example, then there are some additional settings that need to be set up. Now as I would like to show you VARCHAR(MAX) data moving from SQL Server to Oracle, I have made the relevant change. As you can see, VarMaxAsLong says "Yes" We now need to create a link from Oracles Database Gateway (DG4ODBC) to the ODBC datasource that we already have, this is done in an init(sid) oracle file; let's have a look at our file. cat $ORACLE_HOME/hs/admin/initsqlsrv.ora Please note that HS_NLS_NCHAR must be set to UCS2 Oracle assume that most database vendors use UTF-8 for wide characters, however Easysoft, like almost all ODBC Driver vendors (including Oracles own ODBC Driver) uses UCS2 for wide characters. So that's the link between DG4ODBC and the datasource setup correctly. Next we need to set up the Listener entry The Oracle Listener waits for incoming requests from the Oracle database. For the Oracle Listener to listen for requests, information about DG4ODBC must be added to the Oracle Listener configuration file, listener.ora cat $ORACLE_HOME/network/admin/listener.ora The PROGRAM=dg4odbc tells the Listener that we are wanting to use the Oracle database gateway to communicate with ODBC. The ENVS=LD_LIBRARY_PATH tells Oracle what library to load Now that's all set up and OK we need to tell Oracle which server to attach the listener entry to. This is done in tnsnames.ora, and he is the file that we ensured was set up earlier. cat $ORACLE_HOME/network/admin/tnsnames.ora The Oracle Listener now needs to be restarted. lsnrctl stop lsnrctl start OK, that's now started the Listener up again. So we have ensured that all the configuration files are set up correctly. The Listener and tnsnames.ora both set up OK. The final step is to create a link from the Oracle database to the "tnsnames.ora" entry. CREATE PUBLIC DATABASE LINK ODBC CONNECT TO "test" IDENTIFIED BY "test" USING 'sqlsrv_ptr'; Right, that's all done. Let's access the data in SQL Server now. select * from [email protected]; Where 'demo' is the name of the SQL Server table and 'odbc' is the public database link name. OK, there we have the data. So to recap, I'm in Oracle and we have managed to read the data from SQL Server. Let's just add an additional row in that SQL Server table and retrieve the new data in Oracle. quit; /usr/local/easysoft/unixODBC/bin/isql.sh -v sqlsrv insert into demo values (2,'Easysoft') select * from demo select * from [email protected]; And there is the new data. Easysoft Limited can help you with your data access ... for our full range of ODBC and JDBC Drivers, Bridges and Gateways visit easysoft.com Be sure to let us know if you have any comments or questions. Until next time, thanks again and we'll see you again soon.
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With the latest release of Oracle GlassFish Server, you now have the simplicity and developer-friendliness of Java EE6 combined with extensive support for security - everything from integration of key third party security technology to best practices for your application deployment. Learn more about - Glassfish and certificate managment - Authentication Realms - Single Sign on - Security in a Clustered Environment - Application Security Considerations - GlassFish Security Best Practices
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This video covers Architecture and Deployment Topology (Standalone VS Co-located Domain) of Oracle HTTP Server (OHS)12C component from Web Tier in Oracle Fusion . This is a lesson by Oracle ACE & Author Atul Kumar from our Oracle Access ManagerTraining Module 8 of Lesson 2 (We also cover OHS as Module 3 in Fusion Middleware Training) If you want to attend FREE 1-hour session related to Oracle Fusion Middleware then check at http://k21academy.com/fmw02
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Learn how Roles really work with Oracle PL/SQL and why a privilege granted via a role can't be used in PL/SQL. Demonstrations, examples. See all lessons and many more free Oracle Database tutorials at https://www.skillbuilders.com/free-oracle-database-tutorials John Watson: We have the business of roles - roles and PL/SQL. The point here is that roles are invisible to PL/SQL. When you compile your code, only direct privileges are available. When you run your code, only direct privileges are available. This is for definer's rights, I should say. When you run the code, only direct privileges are available to grant to the definer. In effect, the definer's rights code, all roles are disabled within the stored procedure. And certainly roles are disabled when compiling the code. Functionally, it's equivalent to having issued the command SET ROLE NONE. Why is this? Why is it you can't use your privileges? It's perfectly straightforward. It's a technology limitation. Quickly to see what's going on. If I go in and say - let me connect or create a clear schema. I'll create myself, grant dba to jw identified by jw. I've created a user and given him ridiculously high privileges. Connect.... What can you do? You can do pretty much anything. If he wants to delete from scott.emp, he can do it. Let's roll back, because along with his dba role, he has the ability to pretty much anything to use the data. Now we'll create a procedure. If I create a procedure, create delemp as begin, and in there I delete from scott.emp, end, compilation errors. What are they? Show error. At line 2 table of view doesn't exist. That's line 2 delete from scott.emp. I remember way back in version 7, this cause so much confusion before we realized what was going on. It's quite simple that when we are within the code, as the definer or the invoker, because this is definer's rights code, when we are within the definer's rights code block or indeed when we are compiling a definer's rights code block, the roles are disabled and that's why we cannot see it. But why is this and why do I say it's a technology limitation? It's because roles can be enabled and disabled. They can be enabled or disabled. That makes it logically impossible to consider a role when executing a stored procedure because I might have the role enabled while I compile it, but how do I know that it's going to be enabled when I run it? If I grant execute on the code to a third party, he doesn't have the role at all and that he must not even be logged on. So it becomes a logical impossibility because of the way roles are used because roles are enabled or disabled. You can dynamically switch them on and off. It's a logical impossibility to use role within definer's rights program module. Invoker's rights code, however, is very different. That infuses some interesting issues. Invoker's rights code can use any roles that happen to be enabled for the user at the time that he invokes it in exactly the same way that an anonymous PL/SQL can use any enabled roles. In the security point of view, the definer can in effect grab any roles within his code that the invoker happens to have. Dave: [Question], John, pardon. How do you enable or disable a role? John: Right now there's several techniques. I won't spend too much time demonstrating. The easiest technique will be alter - I can set role none. And that will have disabled all my roles. Now if you look at this, I've got nothing. If I try to run my code and query - let's see. Yes. If I try to delete from scott.emp I can't see it. So I'll set role dba and now of course I can. That's the easiest way. In fact, there are much more [05:07 inaudible] ways to switch roles on and off. We can do it with operating system authentication and I can do it with proxy authentication. We have a persistent session through application server as well as a user when we pass that session out to many of the users that can switch roles on and off. That's the persistent session switch identities. Perhaps, best of all, I can create what I call secure application roles well it protect the role with a package and that can contest any number of issues - environment variables, maybe the time, maybe your IP address, perhaps the program you're using and switch roles on and off accordingly. So there are many ways for controlling roles and you should do it. Blindly granting roles and letting them be enabled all the time is not good security. The end result for this, however, you can get some pretty unexpected results within your code. I've tried to run through in our first half hour some of the issues that we see with PL/SQL in release 11g and earlier. After a short break, we'll move on to the 12c features.
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With this video I showed, how to create externally authenticated users? When we are connect to Oracle Database, we can use "sqlplus / as sysdba" with SQL*Plus tool and connecting database with "SYS" user. I showed, how to we can connect to database with "sqlplus /" - without write username/password, with operating system (windows) users. This way is same for other operation systems. I think this video shall be interesting for oracle database administrators.
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Oracle ACE Dietmar Aust (Opal Consulting) shares technical insight about how ways you can use the proxy connect feature in Oracle Database. This 2 Minute Tech Tip was recorded at ODTUG Kscope 2018 at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida. https://developer.oracle.com/ https://cloud.oracle.com/en_US/tryit
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Configuring an Apache High Availability Cluster on Oracle Linux 6 [email protected] Kun-Huang Chien http://im.tiit.edu.tw/teacher/teacher-16.html
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Blog Link : http://prasaddomala.com/oracle-identity-management-oid-11-1-1-7-installation-configuration/ Vmware Player: https://my.vmware.com/web/vmware/free#desktop_end_user_computing/vmware_workstation_player/12_0 Weblogic Server: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/weblogic/downloads/wls-main-097127.html IDM 220.127.116.11: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/downloads/oid-11g-161194.html RCU: Login to Oracle Software Cloud and search for RCU 18.104.22.168 or higher
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http://www.teststarter.com/1Z0-051.html PDF of 1Z0-051 exam is designed to ensure everything which you need to pass your exam successfully. QUESTION 1 Evaluate the SQL statement: TRUNCATE TABLE DEPT; Which three are true about the SQL statement? (Choose three.) A. It releases the storage space used by the table. B. It does not release the storage space used by the table. C. You can roll back the deletion of rows after the statement executes. D. You can NOT roll back the deletion of rows after the statement executes. E. An attempt to use DESCRIBE on the DEPT table after the TRUNCATE statement executes will display an error. F. You must be the owner of the table or have DELETE ANY TABLE system privileges to truncate the DEPT table Correct Answer: ADF Explanation Explanation/Reference: Explanation: A: The TRUNCATE TABLE Statement releases storage space used by the table, D: Can not rollback the deletion of rows after the statement executes, F: You must be the owner of the table or have DELETE ANY TABLE system privilege to truncate the DEPT table. Incorrect answer: C is not true D is not true E is not true Refer: Introduction to Oracle9i: SQL, Oracle University Study Guide, 8-18 Free Oracle 1Z0-051 Real Questions Answers, Real Oracle 1Z0-051 Preparation Materials Online Sale, pass Oracle Database: SQL Fundamentals I Blog：http://oracle-1z0-051-dumps.myfreesites.net/1z0-051dumps/oracle-1z0-051-dumps-1z0-051-exam-free-download More：https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=01_GsTgocOM
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eiConsole version 10.13R1 If you are not familiar with eiConsole - watch the following quick tour video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MRQW3fPp86Q Learn more at http://pilotfishtechnology.com Online Resource Center - http://cms.pilotfishtechnology.com Download 90 Day FREE trial version of the eiConsole at http://pie.pilotfishtechnology.com/wdi/registerSimple.action
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The video is made in Hindi, but for those who doesn't know Hindi language, important things are shown in English too. 1. create a custom user in oracle database 2. create a small table for testing purpose 3. insert some rows in it 4. write a small java program 5. About driver class and connection string 6. how to find port number and service name 7. Execute program 8. seethe tuples/rows on the console.
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Oracle 10g/11g RAC, DataGuard, GoldenGate,Streams Hands-on Practices Training. ONLY $199 Please feel free to contact me: E-mail/Skype: [email protected] 4. Building an Oracle RAC 10gR2 (10.2.0.3) on Linux 4.1 Install Linux OS(CentOS 5.3) - () 4.2 Install Required Linux Packages for Oracle RAC - (Video) 4.3 Network Configuration - (Video) 4.4 Create "oracle" User and Directories - (Video) 4.5 Configure the Linux Servers for Oracle - (Video) 4.6 Configure the "hangcheck-timer" Kernel Module - (Video) 4.7 Configure RAC Nodes for Remote Access using SSH - (Video) 4.8 IP SAN Configuration - Openfiler - () 4.9 Install Openfiler - SAN - () 4.10 Configure iSCSI Volumes using openfiler - (Video) 4.11 Configure iSCSI Volumes on Oracle RAC Nodes - (Video) 4.12 Install and configure Oracle Cluster File System(OCFS2) - (Video) 4.13 Install and Configure ASM (ASMLib2.0) - (Video) 4.14 Download Oracle RAC 10g Software - (Video) 4.15 Pre-Installation Tasks for Oracle 10g Release 2 - (Video) 4.16 Install Oracle Clusterware 10g - 10.2.0.1.0 - (Video) 4.17 Upgrade Oracle Clusterware from 10.2.0.1.0 to 10.2.0.3.0 - (Video) 4.18 Install and configure Automatic Storage Management (ASM) - (Video) 4.19 Apply the Patch Set 10.2.0.3.0 to the ASM Home - (Video) 4.20 Install Oracle Database 10gR2 Software - 10.2.0.1.0 - (Video) 4.21 Install Oracle Database 10g Companion CD Software - (Video) 4.22 Apply the Patch set 10.2.0.3.0 to Oracle Home - (Video) 4.23 Create TNS Listener Process - (Video) 4.24 Create ASM Instance - (Video) 4.25 Create a Cluster Database - (Video) 4.26 Post-Installation Tasks - (Optional) - (Video) 4.26.1 Re-compile Invalid Objects - (Video) 4.26.2 Enabling Archive Logs and Flashback in a RAC Environment - (Video) 4.26.3 Create Shared Oracle Password Files - (Video) 4.27 Verify TNS Networking Files - (Video) 4.28 Create / Alter Tablespaces - () 4.29 Verify the RAC Cluster & Database Configuration - (Video) 4.30 Configuring the Initialization Parameters - (Video) 4.31 Startup / Shutdown the Oracle RAC 10gR2 - ()
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Speaker: Esteban Martínez Fayó Oracle Database Vault was launched a few years ago to put a limit on DBAs unlimited power especially over highly confidential data where it is required by regulations. This presentation will show how this add-on product for Oracle Database performs on this difficult task, first giving an introduction to DB Vault and what protections does it brings, then showing with many examples how it is possible to bypass the protections provided. The attacks demonstrated include getting operating system access to disable DB Vault, SQL Injection and impersonation techniques to bypass DB Vault protections and how it is possible using simple exploits to circumvent DB Vault. These attack examples are accompanied by recommendations on how to protect from them. Also the presentation shows some issues with native database auditing and has a section with additional recommendations to secure DB Vault and conclusions. For more information click here (http://bit.ly/dwlBpJ)
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