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Creating ACLs in Oracle 11g


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In Oracle 10g, network access was pretty easy. Just fire up a UTL_HTTP request and voila, you’re data appears. In 11h, everything is locked down, here is where Access Control Lists (ACLs) come into play. To allow a user to access external resources, i.e. web content, you must create an ACL, assign users or roles […]

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