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POSTS TAGGED “SECURITY”

Databrowser Security – Part II – The 9.1 Remix

So, way back last year (okay, just a few weeks ago), Chris wrote Part 1 of this blog, and promised a Part 2 with a 9.1 workaround for the same problem. To recap – a client wanted to grant access via Databrowser to just a few tables for a role. We knew we couldn’t use [...]

Updating the JDK? Watch for Changes to Encryption!

It’s a good thing to keep up with the latest security updates that have been made with the Java JDK over the last few years, but sometimes it’s easy to just leave it alone if it’s working fine until that audit comes around and you’re forced upgrade your JDK.  If you are moving from an [...]

Databrowser Security – Part I

Recently, a client came to me with a request to give temporary databrowser access for just a few tables to a new role that was being created. My first thought – not possible, based on having to setup table security within security workbench to deny access to all tables and grant back access to the [...]

OMW Logging Security and Security Segregation

Although not officially supported by Oracle, it is a common practice to segregate JDE functional security between production and non-production environments. This is accomplished by creating a copy of Security Workbench table and mapping it to a shared data source other than System for the non-production environments, while keeping the regular table in System data […]

EnterpriseOne Security, Upgrades & Dual Maintenance

Why is Security such a big deal?  This seems like an obvious and unnecessary question but you have to qualify the context of the question.  Security is essential to the survivability of a business and everyone agrees that it’s a serious topic.  The most common definition is “measures taken to guard against espionage or sabotage, […]