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Monitor your lockdown profiles

Most administrators are now aware of the lockdown profile facility in the Oracle database (available since 12c). They allow a more granular level of privilege control of components and functionality within the database. I’m not going to spend more time than that on what they do – this post is just to highlight a small “gotcha” that you need to be aware of when farming out lockdown profiles to pluggable databases.

For example, perhaps one your pluggable databases should not be using UTL_HTTP and you’ve created a lockdown profile called “P1” to handle that. You would then set that profile at the PDB level via something such as: