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Chapter 11 Oracle Fine Grained Auditing

describe how to use this powerful tool to solve this immediate problem.

From the FGA Audit Trails, we know that the audit trails were triggered when the System Change Number (SCN) was 1852891500. To find out all the columns of the claims at that time, we will simply issue:

select *
from as of scn 1852891500

This query selects the records as of SCN 1852891500, not as of now. It will let us know the value of the different columns of that particular claim at the time the user selected the data and the audit record was generated. This will tell us exactly what we want to know.

However, to have a more practical use of the clause in FGA, we will handle it differently. From the Audit Tables, either dba_fga_audit_trail, or the user-defined fga_audit, the following record is seen.

---------- --------------------------------------------
   1553620 CLAIM_SCHEMA
select paid_amount from claims where member_id = 12345

It shows that the user issued the mentioned statement while the SCN was 1553620, and the object referenced

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