Re: Minimum privileges for users
Date: Tue, 17 Nov 2009 14:38:52 +0100
Álvaro G. Vicario schreef:
> Álvaro G. Vicario escribió:
>> Shakespeare escribió: >>> Álvaro G. Vicario schreef: >>>> We have just installed Oracle Database 11g Release 126.96.36.199.0 in a >>>> Windows Server 2003 box. We'll be using it to develop PHP >>>> applications with Oracle backend so: >>>> >>>> 1. We haven't purchased a license >>>> 2. There is no DBA in the house >>>> >>>> With only 10g XE edition background, I'm pretty lost with user >>>> administration. (I'm using the built-in web console.) I just need to >>>> create users that have full access to their own schemas and no >>>> access to system or other user's stuff. I'm currently assigning the >>>> "CONNECT" and "RESOURCE" roles and all the system privileges but I >>>> suppose that's way too much. >>>> >>>> What permissions would be appropriate? >>>> >>>> >>>> I understand it's all explained in the extensive documentation but >>>> it's just a disposable dev box and I am not a DBA :_( >>>> >>>> >>> >>> None. You need a license. >> >> Gasp.... Is is possible I misread the license terms or confused them >> with the XE edition :-?
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> - use the programs for your own internal data processing or for any
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> As I said, I'm not a lawyer, but what I understand from all this is that
> I cannot use an unlicensed copy of Oracle to store data but I can use it
> to write an application for a third-party that will eventually run the
> finished app against their own licensed server. I've read the word
> "Evaluation copy" nowhere in the download section... It looks like a
> sensible way to increase sales through promoting development. Am I wrong?
Here's the tricky part:
"The programs may be installed on one computer only, and used by one person in the operating environment identified by us."
You said 'we'. There you go!
Different rules apply when you are an Oracle Partner, in that case usage like this might be allowed. But partnership terms differ in all countries and change all the time.
Shakespeare Received on Tue Nov 17 2009 - 07:38:52 CST