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« on: Jul 14th, 2008, 5:21pm »
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Hi,
 
I'm preparing for an OCP (10G) certification and one thing caught my attention while doing a test exam. In one of the exam questions the "correct" answer was to give the user the 'select any dictionary' and 'unlimited tablespace'.  
I don't regard this as a sane answer. Not even on a development environment. The risks are obvious I think. I've seen other exam questions which I consider security risks but Oracle seems to consider them good practice.  
What is your experience with Oracle exams?
 
regards,
 
Ivan
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