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Can anyone help out with this, please? It's potentially in your interests for license compliance!
Oracle Advanced Security is an option for Oracle Database Enterprise Edition.
Status information for Oracle Advanced Security is available after the connection has been established. The information is contained in the RDBMS virtual table v$session_connect_info
select * from v$version;
Thanks--I'm aware of all of that: my question is--are other people seeing OWB client software invoke Advanced Security usage (inadvertently)?
we have exact the same issue too..
I'm now trying to convince Oracle that we weren't aware of this, because i'm afraid that Oracle will ask us to pay for this wile it's being used by default by OWB and SQL Developer.
Oracle provided us with the option to disable it, but this option was already disabled in our case.
How did you "solve" it?
Same here. Following an Oracle LMS screening, I'm now trying to convince Oracle that we're not (knowingly) using Advanced Security.
Both databases that Advanced Security was discovered on, are OWB repository databases.
When I connect using sqlplus to the database an run your query, no rows are returned. When I start OWB and run the query again 1 row is returned.
Hope you will follow up on this older topic and post the solution.