Oracle Audit Vault Auditor's Guide explains how Oracle Audit Vault auditors can use the Audit Vault Console to monitor database activity in Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise, and IBM DB2 databases.

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This document is intended for users who have been granted the AV_AUDITOR role and who are responsible for performing auditing tasks using Oracle Audit Vault.

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