The RDBMS security realm is an Oracle-provided custom security realm that stores users, groups and ACLs in a relational database.The RDBMS security realm for Compatibility security is an example and is not meant to be used in a production environment.
Note: The RDBMS example does not work with databases that have an autocommit feature enabled. If you use the RDBMS example as a starting point for your RDBMS implmentation, use explicit commit statements in your code and make sure the autocommit feature in the database you are using is disabled.
If your implementation of
the RDBMS security realm uses the
method, you need to edit and recompile your
order to use the RDBMS security realm with Compatibility security.
method with the
method in the
The Create a New Basic Realm page appears.
After you finish
Click the name of the RDBMS security realm and define its database schema and attributes, as described in Define RDBMS security realm database schema and Define RDBMS security realm database attributes. Configure the Caching realm to associate it with the RDBMS security realm, as described in Configure Caching realms.