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From: Tony van Lingen <>
Date: Tue, 7 Aug 2007 12:46:58 +1000
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G'day All.

I've been trawling the oracle doco for info on how to set up a JMS provider in Oracle App Server. The App server side of it seems OK now, but it requires AQ in the database. This is where my problem starts. The doco seems to imply that the database user must have the RESOURCE and AQ_ADMINISTRATOR_ROLE roles. This is not acceptable as the app server is exposed to the internet and really who would want an internet accessible database user have RESOURCE?

Does anyone have info, or pointers to info, on how to set up a user for use with OJMS/AQ in an internet exposed environment? What privileges does it really need?

The database is and the app server is


Tony van Lingen
Systems Administrator and DBA

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