Re: Database comparisons
Date: Mon, 11 Jan 2010 18:41:14 +0100
Why not just turn sqltrace on for the session that's doing the changes. And then verify the tracefile for unexpected SQL-statements.
On Mon, Jan 11, 2010 at 6:24 PM, Dennis Williams < oracledba.williams_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> We have an audit finding related to data integrity. I'm looking for a way
> to detect all database changes on a small test database. Fortunately the
> environment is well-contained. Typically when we've made application
> changes, we verify that the data changes are what we expect. The auditors
> are insisting that we somehow verify there aren't unexpected changes in
> other tables. The environment is Oracle 10.2.0.4 on Solaris. I have three
> 1. The test database is freshly loaded from an export. After the tests,
> take an export and use UNIX "diff" and compare with the import.
> 2. Log Miner, or somehow more directly inspecting the archive logs.
> 3. Use some of the new flashback features to detect changes. This just
> occurred to me and I haven't had time to investigate it.
> Has anyone else done anything like this before?
> Dennis Williams
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