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Oracle® Audit Vault Auditor's Guide
Release 10.2.3

Part Number E11058-01
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account management events
Oracle Database, B.2
report, 3.4.1
SQL Server, C.2
administrative changes
successful, 3.6.2
agents, collection
checking status, 1.5
about, 2.11.1
activity summary, 2.11.3
creating, 2.11.2
how they are raised, 2.11.3
monitoring, 2.11.3
rules, creating,
All Alerts Report, 3.7.1
application management events
Oracle Database, B.3
reports, 3.4.4
SQL Server, C.3
audit command events
Oracle Database, B.4
report, 3.4.2
SQL Server, C.4
audit events
Microsoft SQL Server, listed, C.1
Oracle Database Vault, B.6
Oracle Database, listed, B.1
See also reports
audit policies
about, 2.1
activating, 2.2.2
copying to another database, 2.10
creating, general tasks for, 2.1
exporting to source database, 2.9
fine-grained auditing, 2.6.1
privilege auditing, 2.5.1
redo log files, capture rules for, 2.7.1
schema object auditing, 2.4.1
source database, retrieving settings from, 2.2.1
SQL statement auditing, 2.3.1
verifying semantic correctness, 2.8
audit records, finding information about, 3.9.1
audit settings
refreshing audit settings state, 2.2.2
source database settings, making available, 2.2.2
updating state, 2.2.2
Audit Vault Console
starting, 1.4
audited data
types of, 1.2.2
fine-grained, 2.6.1
general tasks, 1.2


capture rules
See redo log files
creating for user-defined reports, 3.10.2
changes to audit events
report, 3.6.3
charting data in reports, 3.8.6
columns in report
finding information about, 3.9.2
hiding current column,
hiding or showing,
Critical Alerts Report, 3.7.2
CSV files, saving reports to, 3.11
custom reports
See reports, user-defined


data access events
Oracle Database, B.5
Oracle Database Vault, B.6
report, 3.3.2
SQL Server, C.5
data warehouse schema
about, A.1
architecture, A.2
design, A.3
dimension tables, A.4
fact tables
about, A.4
CLIENT_HOST_DIM table, A.6.2
CLIENT_TOOL_DIM table, A.6.3
constraints, A.5
CONTEXT_DIM table, A.6.4
EVENT_DIM table, A.6.5
indexes, A.5
relationships, A.6
SOURCE_DIM table, A.6.7
TARGET_DIM table, A.6.8
TIME_DIM table, A.6.9
USER_DIM table, A.6.10
data, changed by INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE
report, 3.6.4
Database Vault
See Oracle Database Vault
audit policies
copying to another database, 2.10
exporting to source database, 2.9
retrieving from, 2.2.1
distributed, tracking with Distributed Database Report, 3.3.4
monitoring database source, 1.5
DDL report audit events
report, 3.6.5
default settings in reports, reverting to, 3.8.8


event activity summary, 2.11.3
event handlers
fine-grained auditing,
relevant columns, used with,
exception events
Oracle Database, B.7
SQL Server, C.6
exceptional event events
report, 3.5.1


failed attempts
administrative, 3.6.1
filtering data in reports, 3.8.3
fine-grained auditing, 2.6.1
about, 2.6.1
audit policy, defining, 2.6.2
event handlers,
relevant columns,


general tasks for auditors using Oracle Audit Vault, 1.2


hiding columns in reports, 3.8.2
highlighting data in reports, 3.8.5
Home page
alert monitoring, 2.11.3


invalid record events
Oracle Database, B.8
report, 3.5.2
SQL Server, C.7


join operations
filtering row data, 3.8.3


master records, pulling column from report, 3.8.7
Microsoft SQL Server
audit events
about, C.1
listed, C.1
requirements for audit data collection, 1.3.2


null values
sorting in reports,


object access audit events
report, 3.6.8
object management events
Oracle Database, B.9
report, 3.4.3
SQL Server, C.8
See schema object auditing
Oracle Audit Vault
about, 1.1
audited data, types of, 1.2.2
general tasks for auditors, 1.2
Microsoft SQL Server database requirements, 1.3.2
Oracle database requirements,
Oracle Database
audit events
about, B.1
listed, B.1
audit settings, recommended in the database,
requirements for audit data collection,
Oracle Database Vault events
report, 3.3.3
Overview page
displaying, 2.11.3


peer association events
Oracle Database, B.10
report, 3.3.4
SQL Server, C.9
privilege auditing
about, 2.5.1
audit policy, defining, 2.5.2
statement auditing, how more focused than, 2.5.1
See SQL statements, SQL statement auditing


redo log file auditing
about, 2.7.1
audit policy, defining, 2.7.2
relevant columns
event handlers, used with,
fine-grained auditing, used in,
about, 3.1
accessing, 3.2
charts, creating, 3.8.6
checking data collection status, 1.5
control break, adding, 3.8.7
finding information about, 3.9.2
hiding current column,
hiding or showing,
customizing data display, 3.8
data collected for, 3.1
all rows based on current column,
rows in one or all columns,
using an expression,
finding information
audit records, 3.9.1
column descriptions, 3.9.2
highlighting rows, 3.8.5
resetting display values to defaults, 3.8.8
saving to CSV file, 3.11
sorting data
all columns,
current column,
who can access, 3.1
See also reports, default and reports, user-defined
reports, default
Access Reports, 3.3
Account and Role Changes, 3.6.2
Account Management Report, 3.4.1
alert reports, 3.7
All Alerts Report, 3.7.1
Audit Command Report, 3.4.2
Changes to Audit Report, 3.6.3
compliance reports, 3.6
Critical Alerts Report, 3.7.2
Data Access Report, 3.3.2
Data Change Report, 3.6.4
Database Vault Report, 3.3.3
DDL Report, 3.6.5
Distributed Database Report, 3.3.4
Exception Report, 3.5.1
Invalid Audit Record Report, 3.5.2
Login Failures Report, 3.6.6
Login/Logoff Report, 3.6.7
Management Activity Reports, 3.4
Object Access Report, 3.6.8
Object Management Report, 3.4.3
Procedure Executions Report, 3.3.5
Procedure Management Report, 3.4.4
Role and Privilege Management Report, 3.4.5
Security Account and Role Changes - Blocked Report, 3.6.1
System Events Report, 3.6.9
System Exception Reports, 3.5
System Management Report, 3.4.6
Uncategorized Activity Report, 3.5.3
User Sessions Report, 3.3.6
Warning Alerts Report, 3.7.3
See also reports, and user-defined reports
reports, user-defined
accessing, 3.10.4
categories, creating, 3.10.2
creating, 3.10.3
See also reports, and reports, default
role and privilege management events
Oracle Database, B.11
report, 3.4.5
SQL Server, C.10
failed attempts, report
report, 3.6.1


Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) Act
privilege auditing, how it meets compliance, 2.5.1
saving a report to CSV file, 3.11
schema object auditing
about, 2.4.1
audit policy, defining, 2.4.2
service and application utilization events
Oracle Database, B.12
report, 3.3.5
SQL Server, C.11
showing columns in reports, 3.8.2
sorting data in reports, 3.8.4
SQL statement auditing
about, 2.3.1
audit policy, defining, 2.3.2
privilege auditing, compared with, 2.5.1
Procedure Executions Report, 3.3.5
Procedure Management Report, 3.4.4
starting Audit Vault Console, 1.4
See SQL statements, SQL statement auditing
filtering row data, 3.8.3
system audit events
reports, 3.6.9
system management events
Oracle Database, B.13
report, 3.4.6
SQL Server, C.12


database auditing not enabled, 1.3
Database Vault report not showing data, 3.3.3
no data in reports, 1.5
source database not available, 1.5


unknown or uncategorized events
Oracle Database, B.14
report, 3.5.3
SQL Server, C.13
user login failure audit events
report, 3.6.6
user session events
Oracle Database, B.15
report, 3.3.6
SQL Server, C.14
user-defined reports
deleting, 3.10.4
failed administrative attempts, report, 3.6.1
login and logoff operations, report, 3.6.7


Warning Alerts Report, 3.7.3
Windows Event Viewer
audit events logged in, C.4
exception events logged in, C.6