RE: EM access to developers

From: Courtney Llamas <>
Date: Fri, 30 Jan 2015 10:15:04 -0800 (PST)
Message-ID: <8e90bb7a-bcfb-4e9b-b072-f9c8f9bed24d_at_default>

With CC 12c there's a lot more control on permissions, so adding developers is more of a reality now ;) You can grant them connect read-only, which only allows a read-only view. Anything that requires write will be blocked - including submitting a SQL tuning job via EM. If you want them to be able to run the SQL Tuning Advisor, they'd have to have regular connect.  

I recently posted this about permissions for DB perf items which is what i recommend for most my customers when they want a developer role. The key is understanding there's a difference between EM permissions and DB permissions.    

From: Ryan January [] Sent: Friday, January 30, 2015 11:20 AM
Subject: Re: EM access to developers  

While we haven't pulled the trigger yet, we are talking about it with much greater frequency.

It's on the list of things to do for a short list of educated developers.  

On Jan 30, 2015, at 11:15 AM, kyle Hailey <HYPERLINK ""> wrote:    

Quick poll : how many folks give developers logins to EM?

Last I was talking to people about 4 years ago no one was doing that. Have times changed?

I know EM Express looks perfect for developers but I'm asking about access to regular EM.  


Kyle Hailey


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