All of the operations in the DBFS Content API are represented as abstract
Clients can use
opcodes to directly and explicitly invoke the
CHECKACCESS() method which verifies if a particular operation can be invoked by a given principal on a particular path name.
op_acl() is an implicit operation invoked during an
op_put() call, which specifies a
std_acl property. The operation tests to see if the principal is allowed to set or change the
ACL of a store item.
op_delete() represents the soft-deletion, purge, and restore operations.
The source and destination operations of a rename or move operation are separated, although stores are free to unify these
opcodes and to also treat a rename as a combination of delete and create.
op_store is a catch-all category for miscellaneous store operations that do not fall under any of the other operational APIs.
Oracle Database PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference for more information about
DBMS_DBFS_CONTENTConstants - Operation Codes.