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Column Level Security [message #370587] Mon, 03 January 2000 16:24 Go to next message
richa
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Registered: January 2000
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Hi all,
Is there any way I can imlement column level security from Oracle? Example One user can see Emp No and Emp Name columns from the Employee table and another can see Emp No, Emp Name and Emp Address columns. Will making a view for every user for every table be the best approach/ I have doubts abt it bcos if there are 1000 users and 500 tables per user we have a rapid spawning of views? Any solutions?

Richa
Re: Column Level Security [message #370643 is a reply to message #370587] Thu, 13 January 2000 18:05 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Roger D. Cornejo
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Registered: January 2000
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Views will work, however, as you've pointed out this will be a problem for large numbers of tables and large numbers of users. Granting access to the views to roles and then granting roles to the users should help manage the problem.
Here's something I havn't tried, but it's an idea:
1) create a <PRIV'S TABLE> with the username and the priv, with one row per user.
2) join the priv's table to the main tables where user = <PRIV'S TABLE>.username
3) in the select list of the main table decode on the priv (e.g. DECODE(priv,'YES', - , null) I.e. don't show the column value if they don't have the priv.

Roger ---|-
Re: Column Level Security [message #370690 is a reply to message #370587] Wed, 19 January 2000 12:21 Go to previous message
Jerry Gitomer
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Registered: January 2000
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In the where clause add:

and <COLUMN_NAME> = (select user from dual)

(tested in 8.0.5, may not work in 7.x)
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