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Contents → Accessibility Related Documentation Conventions Part I 1 Introduction to Oracle Label Security 1.1 … Computer Security and Data Access Controls 1.1.1 Oracle Label Security and Security Standards 1.1.2 … Security Policies 1.1.3 Access Control 188.8.131.52 Discretionary Access Control 184.108.40.206 Oracle Label Security … 220.127.116.11 How Oracle
label → Optionally, specifies the label that identifies the score generated by the CONTAINS operator … the row. Note: You must use the SCORE operator with a label to obtain this number. Example The … for each row is selected with the SCORE operator using a label of 1: SELECT SCORE(1), title from … clause must reference the score label
label → The name of a label elsewhere in the program constructed following the \"Guidelines for … Constructing a Label\". Execution of the program branches to the line directly following the specified label … . Note that label, as specified in GOTO, must not be followed by a colon. However, the actual label
label → example, in a SELECT clause), the CONTAINS clause must reference the score label value as in the
label → Specifies a number to identify the score produced by the query. Use this number to identify the MATCHES clause that returns this score. Example To get the matching score, use: select cat_id, match_score(1) from training_result where matches(profile, text,1)>0; Related Topics \"MATCHES\"
5.3.2 Configuring Oracle Label Security → If you installed Oracle Label Security, you must configure it in a database before you use it. You … can configure Oracle Label Security in two ways; with Oracle Internet Directory integration and … without Oracle Internet Directory integration. If you configure Oracle Label Security without Oracle … stage. Note: To configure
Label Tag Label String → 100000035 HS 100000036 HS:OP See Also: \"Creating a Valid Data Label with SA_LABEL_ADMIN.CREATE_LABEL\" \"Planning a Label Tag Strategy to Enhance Performance\"
Label Tag Label String → , 3120, 3130, and so on. Note, however, that label tags identify the whole label, independent of the … numeric values assigned for the individual label components. The label tag is used as a whole integer … , not as a set of individually evaluated numbers. 18.104.22.168 Manually Defining Label Tags to Manipulate
5.5.5 Configuring Oracle Label Security → If you installed Oracle Label Security, you must configure it in a database before you use it. You … can configure Oracle Label Security with or without Oracle Internet Directory integration. If you … configure Oracle Label Security without Oracle Internet Directory integration, you cannot configure it … to use Oracle Internet
Label Templates → Label templates are designed to centrally manage HTML markup of page item labels. Each item can … have an optional label. You can control how these labels display using label templates. For example … , you could create a label template called Required Field that references an image (such as an asterisk … ) to
Label Default → This attribute is used in report and forms. Use Label to specify default label text for items in a form and the heading for columns in reports.
Label Privileges → CHAR(2) You will apply the following labels: Label Privileges CONFIDENTIAL Read access to the cities … example: Step 1: Creating Users for the Oracle Label Security Example Step 2: Creating the
14.2.2 Defining Data Labels for Import → The label definitions at the time of import must include all the policy labels used in the export … the export database to design SQL scripts that re-create the label components and labels for each … '); FOR l IN (SELECT label_tag, label FROM dba_sa_labels WHERE policy_name='HR' ORDER BY label_tag … string representations as in
14.3 Using SQL*Loader with Oracle Label Security → these topics: Requirements for Using SQL*Loader Under Oracle Label Security Oracle Label Security Input
B.2 Relating Parameters to Commands for olsadmintool → All olsadmintool commands must specify connection parameters: the OID host, the bind DN, the bind password, and optionally, the port through which the connection to Oracle Internet Directory is to be made. (The default port is 389.) All olsadmintool commands may specify, as needed, the subscriber/administrative-context using the -b flag. The fact that specifying a parameter is optional, such as a
B.3.3 Create Policy Administrators → ORACLE_HOME/bin/olsadmintool addadmin --polname Policy1 --admindn \"cn=shwong,c=us\" -b \"ou=Americas,o=Oracle,c=US\" -h yippee -p 389 -D \"cn=snamudur,c=us\" -w snamudur ORACLE_HOME/bin/olsadmintool addadmin --polname Policy2 --admindn \"cn=shwong,c=us\" -b \"ou=Americas,o=Oracle,c=US\" -h yippee -p 389 -D \"cn=lbacsys,c=us\" -w lbacsys
B.3.11 Set Some Audit Options → ORACLE_HOME/bin/olsadmintool audit --polname Policy1 --option \"SET,APPLY\" --type SESSION --success BOTH -b \"ou=Americas,o=Oracle,c=US\" -h yippee -p 389 -D \"cn=shwong,c=us\" -w shwong
7.4.1 Who Can Use the SA_SYSDBA Package → To use the SA_SYSDBA package to create, alter, and drop policies, a user must have: The LBAC_DBA role EXECUTE privilege on the SA_SYSDBA package
7.4.8 Removing a Policy with SA_SYSDBA.DROP_POLICY → label column from all tables controlled by the policy. Syntax: PROCEDURE DROP_POLICY (policy_name IN
7.6 Using the SA_LABEL_ADMIN Package to Specify Valid Labels → granted the policy _DBA role. This section includes: Creating a Valid Data Label with … SA_LABEL_ADMIN.CREATE_LABEL Modifying a Label with SA_LABEL_ADMIN.ALTER_LABEL Deleting a Label with SA_LABEL_ADMIN.DROP_LABEL