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Conditional audit with Fine-Grained Auditing

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One of my colleague was trying to find out which application was inserting “wrong” values on a column of a specific table. It took me some time to understand what a “wrong” value can be, but in this case, it was pretty simple : for example, any value greater than 6 on column NUMBER_OF_LEGS of table INSECTS was considered a “wrong” value.

And actually Fine-Grained Auditing makes it possible in a simple way. Here is an example on Oracle Cloud “Always Free” Autonomous Database 19.5 :

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