Has anyone gone through and had to become CIS compliant? I can come up with scripts for a lot of it but some of it might be painful, like removing public access to all the packages. I did some playing around and things like DBSNMP get access to the packages through that public role. I was curious if anyone knew of the specific packages that DBSNMP needed execute on? All of them? Or just a handful?
I assume someone out there has had to do this. I did some googling and figured that a majority of it had to be out there somewhere.
I've just started development on a new Oracle Mobile Hub web service. I come from a Microsoft Web API background.
From within an Oracle Mobile Hub node.js Custom API I need to connect to an Oracle DB system instance (Basic authentication: username, password, public ip address, port, sid). Is it possible to use the node-oracledb add-on from within a Custom API? Is this the best way to directly connect to a remote Oracle db or is there a better mechanism from with Mobile Hub?
Trying to solve an ongoing issue for one of my co-workers who is currently using Smartview vers.720 on Win10. To my knowledge, they are the only one that has an issue refreshing certain templates which my team has been using for years. They can refresh ad hoc files and a few other templates as normal.
I'm hoping to solve the reason behind their issue in the event that I end up being migrated to vers.720 in the future. A handful of us in the office are still on Win7 and still using vers.600. Our IT support has been little help to us.
Basically, whenever they do a refresh, it scrambles the member names so the data doesn't refresh properly.
I found this KB on the Oracle website, but I don't have an account and due to working at a large company, I can't necessarily figure out who my CUA is to grant me access to Oracle Support.