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  1. #1
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    I would like to be able to identify which tables have been altered during the previous day (inserts, deletes, updates and structural changes).

    I presume that auditing would provide the information I need, but I have no idea how to go about it.

    I'm running 8i standard edition on NT

    Can anyone help ?

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    audit all on schema_name.table_name;
    The audit entries will be inserted in the sys.aud$ table. Keep an eye on the growth of this table.

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    set audit_trail=db in initSID.ora

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    Halo

    Do I need to do this for every table ?

    Or is there something I can set by say, user ?

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    As he mentioned set this value in your initSID.ora file not for every table

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    I believe you would have to do that for every table.

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    Hi
    You have to set initilization parameter file nothing but init.ora file not for every table and u cant set this for every table.U can set this to DB or OS or NONE

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    If I want to turn off audting for a table, what do I do ?

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    Once u set the parameter.You have to issue an audit command on the objects what u want to audit.At the same time u have noaudit command for the object which you dont want to audit.

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