Oracle XS_DIAG_INT
Version 21c

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Purpose Real Application Security: Internal
AUTHID DEFINER
Dependencies
ALL_USERS PLITBLM XS$NSTMPL
DBA_ARGUMENTS USER$ XS$OBJ
DBA_TABLES XS$ACE XS$POLICY_PARAM
DBA_TAB_COLS XS$ACE_PRIV XS$PRIN
DBA_TAB_COLUMNS XS$ACL XS$PRIV
DBA_VIEWS XS$ACL_PARAM XS$PROXY_ROLE
DBA_XS_APPLIED_POLICIES XS$AGGR_PRIV XS$ROLESET
DBMS_ASSERT XS$ATTR_SEC XS$ROLESET_ROLES
DBMS_RANDOM XS$DSEC XS$ROLE_GRANT
DBMS_RXS_LIB XS$INSTSET_ACL XS$SECCLS
DBMS_SESSION XS$INSTSET_INH XS$SECCLS_H
DBMS_STANDARD XS$INSTSET_INH_KEY XS$VALIDATION_TABLE
DBMS_UTILITY XS$INSTSET_LIST XS_ADMIN_UTIL
DBMS_XDS_LIB XS$INSTSET_RULE XS_DIAG
DUAL    
Documented No
First Available 12.1
Security Model Owned by SYS with no privileges granted
Source {ORACLE_HOME}/rdbms/admin/prvtdiag.plb
Subprograms
 
CALL_VALIDATION
Undocumented xs_diag_int.call_validation(
i_obj_name   IN VARCHAR2,
i_obj_schema IN VACHAR2,
i_msg_max    IN BINARY_INTEGER,
I_obj_type   IN BINARY_INTEGER,
i_schema     IN VARCHAR2,
i_table      IN VARCHAR2,
i_prefix     IN VARCHAR2,
i_obj_id     IN NUMBER,
i_status     IN BINARY_INTEGER)
RETURN BOOLEAN;
TBD
 
VALIDATE_WORKSPACE
Validate an entire workspace xs_diag_int.validate_workpace(msg_max IN BINARY_INTEGER) RETURN BOOLEAN;
BEGIN
  IF xs_diag_int.validate_workspace(1) THEN
    dbms_output.put_line('TRUE');
  ELSE
    dbms_output.put_line('FALSE');
  END IF;
END;
/

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DBMS_XS_SESSIONS
DBMS_XS_SESSIONS_FFI
DBMS_XS_SIDP
DBMS_XS_SYSTEM
DBMS_XS_SYSTEM_FFI
XS_ACL
XS_ADMIN_UTIL
XS_DATA_SECURITY
XS_DATA_SECURITY_UTIL
XS_DIAG
XS_NAMESPACE
XS_PRINCIPAL
XS_SECURITY_CLASS
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