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Re: column masking in 10g

From: Jason Heinrich <jheinrich_at_pcci.edu>
Date: Thu, 01 Mar 2007 08:22:14 -0600
Message-ID: <C20C3DB6.19CF9%jheinrich@pcci.edu>


One solution that doesn't involve VPD is to just create a view that doesn't include that column. Then grant access to the view to your restricted users and revoke their access to the base table. Of course, unless you have synonyms in place for this table, this would involve changing the code that accesses the table.

On 3/1/07 7:35 AM, David Boyd wrote:

> Hi All,
>
> Wed like to block a column for some users, but open to other users. We
> dont care about row level security. If the user has the privilege to see
> the column data, she/he gets to see the data in the column for the entire
> table. Otherwise the column is null. I was wondering if any one uses VPD
> column masking in 10g to block columns. If you do, could you please share
> your code with me?
>
> Dave
>
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Jason Heinrich
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