Re: auditing table help

You can check FGA which is pretty simple to configure and efficient.

 

Cheers
Sreejith Nair




From:   "Alessandro Lia" <a.lia@xxxxxxxxxx>
To:     <Oracle-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date:   03/02/2011 03:04 PM
Subject:        auditing table help
Sent by:        oracle-l-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx



Dear list,
I need to trace which statement run on one table. I just need to know i.e. 
"select etc...."
My DB parameter are set for auditing.
I run the following script :
audit select on "user.table_name" by session;
 
If I query the AUD$ table I get: 
 

 SESSIONID    ENTRYID  STATEMENT  TIMESTAMP   USERID 
      3355750                1                 24   01-MAR-11        XXXXX
 
 
but I'm not able to find the statement executed.
Is there any way to get it? Is there any V$table to join to retrieve such 
info?
 
thank you for your collaboration
 
Alessandro






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