Fundamentals ii oracle 11g

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Fundamentos II
Material Adicional
D49994GC11
Edición 1.1
05 2009
Oracle Database 11g: SQL
Fundamentals II
Additional Material
D49994GC11
Edition 1.1
May 2009

Copyright © 2009, Oracle. All rights reserved.

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Authors
Chaitanya Koratamaddi
Brian Pottle
Technical Contributors
and Reviewers
Claire Bennett
Ken Cooper
Yanti Chang
Laszlo Czinkoczki
Burt Demchick
Gerlinde Frenzen
Joel Goodman
Laura Garza
Richard Green
Nancy Greenberg
Akira Kinutani
Wendy Lo
Isabelle Marchand
Timothy Mcglue
Alan Paulson
Srinivas Putrevu
Bryan Roberts
ClintonShaffer
Abhishek Singh
Jenny Tsai Smith
James Spiller
Lori Tritz
Lex van der Werff
Marcie Young
Editors
Nita Pavitran
Arijit Ghosh
Raj Kumar
Graphic Designer
Satish Bettegowda
Publishers
Syed Ali
Jayanthy Keshavamurthy

Contents

1 Controlling User Access
Objectives 1-2
Lesson Agenda 1-3
Controlling User Access 1-4
Privileges 1-5
System Privileges 1-6
Creating Users 1-7User System Privileges 1-8
Granting System Privileges 1-9
Lesson Agenda 1-10
What Is a Role? 1-11
Creating and Granting Privileges to a Role 1-12
Changing Your Password 1-13
Lesson Agenda 1-14
Object Privileges 1-15
Granting Object Privileges 1-17
Passing On Your Privileges 1-18
Confirming Granted Privileges 1-19
Lesson Agenda 1-20
Revoking Object Privileges 1-21
Quiz 1-23
Summary...
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