Auditing an Oracle database for security issues is very important. PeteFinnigan.com provides all of the information and tools that you will need Click here for details of PeteFinnigan.com Limited's detailed Oracle database security audit service Click here for details of PeteFinnigan.com Limited's Oracle Security Training Courses
There are 45 visitors online    
Cookie Policy:We only use essential cookies on small sections of this website. For details see here.

Pete Finnigan's Oracle security weblog


Home » Archives » June 2005 » 10g Release 2 PL/SQL and SQL new features

[Previous entry: "A security issue with OPR version 1.1.7"] [Next entry: "Marcus Ranum interview on Security Focus"]

10g Release 2 PL/SQL and SQL new features

June 29th, 2005 by Pete


I was browsing the Amis blog this evening and saw a post describing some of the new PL/SQL and SQL features in the upcoming Oracle 10g R2 database (tomorrow if we are to believe Niall's source). I talked about new features in 10gR2 found in Arup Nanda's paper the other day. I was interested to see Lucas's post as it talks about the same paper by Arup that I had already read. Lucas gives some good annotations and examples on the Error logging clause, Conditional PL/SQL compilation (This one is a great addition to the PL/SQL language), DBMS_OUTPUT restrictions finally removed and the standard way to search through XML. Good post.

June 2005
SMTWTFS
   1234
567891011
12131415161718
19202122232425
2627282930  

This is the weblog for Pete Finnigan. Pete works in the area of Oracle security and he specialises in auditing Oracle databases for security issues. This weblog is aimed squarely at those interested in the security of their Oracle databases.

Weblog Home
Weblog Archives


Home
Oracle Security Tools page
Oracle security papers
Oracle Security alerts

Web Development
SQL Server Security

RSS 1.0 FEED
RSS 2.0 FEED
Atom 0.3 FEED
Powered by gm-rss 2.0.0


Valid XHTML 1.0!