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Chapter 11 Oracle Fine Grained Auditing

Webserver name, among others. Since the value is VARCHAR2, we have to store these values as a long line with some type of delimiters between them, e.g. a pipe character. In this case, a typical Client Identifier value looks like the following


This information is valid and useful, but it might be more useful if these values were split into the individual columns instead of clubbed into a single value.

Using our own auditing facility as described earlier in this chapter, we can create columns to hold these values. The users can call the procedure set_claim_app_ctx to set the various attributes of the context as needed.

The procedure was described in Chapter 5, under Virtual Private Database. It’s reproduced here.

create procedure set_claim_app_ctx

    p_attribute_name in varchar2,
    p_attribute_value in varchar2
) is


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