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Oracle Database 11g: Building Oracle XML DB Applications by Jinyu Wang

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Oracle XML DB Security

In Oracle Database 11g, Access Control List (ACL)–based security is set up to prevent unauthorized data access and operations. The ACLs are specified in XML files called ACL files that are stored in the Oracle XML DB Repository. These ACL files include a list of object-level restrictions, called access control entities (ACEs), which are set up based on database users or roles, the database resources, and operations. In this section, we will discuss how to use ACLs to manage users’ access to XML DB Repository resources and enable the access to external network services.

XML DB Repository ACLs

FULL ACCESS on all resources within XML DB Repository is granted to the XDBADMIN role. For other database users, before performing ...

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