Oracle Database 11g: Privileges, Roles, and Application Contexts
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Authorization is the process that determines the privileges that the user is allowed to exercise. In the Oracle database, authorization is determined by the grant of system and object privileges. This course covers implementing roles, enterprise roles, and the securing of objects through procedures. It also describes how secure application roles work and how to manage roles and users by using secure application roles. An application context is a memory container with read-only attributes, which can be used in your application. How an application context is used, the sources of application context values, implementing a local context, and implementing an application context that is accessed globally are also covered.
The learner is assumed to have working experience with Oracle Database 11g or have taken the Oracle Database 11g: Administration I and Oracle Database 11g: Administration Workshop II courses. The Oracle Database 11g: Implementing Database Vault and Oracle 10g: Implementing Audit Vault courses are also recommended.