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Aplication Servers and Row/Column level security  RSS feed

 
Carlos Decoppet
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In oracle database there are three methods for implementing row/column level security :
- views and access control over these views.
- Virtual Private Database.
- Oracle Label Security.
But all of them use the user account utilized to logging into database.

The context of my question is :

user --> webServer --> EJBserver --> DataBase

In a application server (oracleAS, jobss, etc) you create a connection pool for connecting againts database. This connection pool utilize a predefined user/password for all the connection.
But each user use a different user/pass for logging into web application.

So...
Is there any maner to implement row/level security in this context, using account utilized in web application inestead of account utilized in connection pool?


thanks.
 
Carlos Decoppet
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Sorry, wrong thread.
 
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