How to prevent write access to a oracle table?

by raven_corwin , in category: MySQL , 15 days ago

How to prevent write access to a oracle table?

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by edmond_brakus , 14 days ago

@raven_corwin 

To prevent write access to an Oracle table, you can revoke the INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE privileges from the users or roles that have access to the table. This can be done using the REVOKE command as follows:

  1. Identify the users or roles that have write access to the table:
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SELECT grantee, privilege
FROM dba_tab_privs
WHERE table_name = 'your_table_name';


  1. Revoke the necessary privileges from the users or roles:
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REVOKE INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE
ON your_table_name
FROM user_or_role_name;


  1. Repeat the process for all users or roles that need write access revoked.


Additionally, you can also consider implementing database auditing and triggers to monitor and restrict write access to the table. This can help you track any unauthorized write attempts and take necessary actions to prevent them.