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RE: Restrict Logins during specific hours

From: Tanel Poder <>
Date: Thu, 08 Nov 2007 13:29:29 +0800
Message-id: <07ec01c821c8$5605dde0$3201a8c0@windows01>

Use Oracle Database Services ( dbms_service ).  

Create a service called "BATCH" or whatever you want, make your batch jobs connect through that service - and just shut down that service when you don't want anybody to use it ( or use resource manager to limit the number of sessions allowed for that user/service ).  


Tanel Poder <>  

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Subject: Restrict Logins during specific hours The database has a user that is used exclusively to execute batch jobs, using a scheduling software (either Autosys or ControlM). Without writing an on-logon database trigger, is there a way of preventing this user from logging in between say 10 AM and 11 AM? Users do not wish to use dbms_scheduler to schedule the jobs.


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