Re: How to Limit OEM12c user access

I'm sad to say that the answer to your question is simply "because my boss
asked me".
Anyway, I think it is because we want to keep dev access to prod
environments to a minimum. And having access to data they don't need is, as
a rule, a bad idea.

Cheers
Alan.-


On Sun, Aug 5, 2012 at 4:10 PM, kellyn.potvin@xxxxxxxxx <
kellyn.potvin@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Question, as I'm curious... What is your concern regarding the developers
> viewing this information?
> I can understand and support the idea of removing an option to change db
> parameters or create a user, but viewing?  I just don't understand the
> requirement or the need for control...
>
> Kelly Pot'Vin
> Sr. Technical Consultant
> Enkitec
>
>
> From my Android phone on T-Mobile. The first nationwide 4G network.
>
>
> -------- Original message -------- Subject: How to Limit OEM12c user
> access From: Guillermo Alan Bort ** To: oracle-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx CC:
>
> Hi List,
>   This question goes to those of you who use OEM12c.
>
>   We have a set of developers that want to access OEM to monitor
> performance in a database. I've found a way to allow them read only access
> to that database and only that database. However they can do things other
> than monitoring performance (like viewing the list of users in the database
> or even spfile parameters).
>   I tried creating a user on the DB with this account and I couldn't, but I
> would like to completely remove the options from OEM. I just want them to
> be able to view the performance related tabs.
>
>   Has anybody done something like this?
>
> Cheers
> Alan.-
>
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