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While creating users from internal, there is a option to decide whether the user is administrator or not.
Will it solve your problem if you mark the user as developer not administrator?
Yes you are right. But the problem is that we are not using Oracle APEX authentication scheme.
We are using a Table-based authentication in the DB.
See it should work like this. We have an End-user authorization scheme. Is there a condition which i can give in the adminstration page, that if the authorization user is "End User", then restrict.
I dont see any place where i can edit the administration controls itself.
By administration page, did you mean administration section of APEX development environment, or a TAB within your APEX application.
I mean the Oracle APEX Administration services, which hosts as the id : 4000
I am not talking about the administration which is there when you login as a developer.
I hope you get it. Any user can just key in the ID:4550 in the URL and get into the Oracle APEX administration services. That is something different that he cannot login, but i want to restrict the page itself by saying "Not Authorised"
If you login to the INTERNAL workspace of your instance and go to Home > Manage Instance > Security you'll see the following two options:
<li>Disable Administrator Login: Yes/No
<li>Disable Workspace Login: Yes/No
Try playing around with those and see if that helps.