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OID11g: How to Audit/Trace and Capture Modification of an ObjectClass Name (Doc ID 2471961.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 18, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Internet Directory - Version 11.1.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.



1. Enabled :Audit Policy Settings - Oracle Internet Directory (OID) : LDAP Entry Access : Customer Internal Operation

2. Deleted an objectclass, e.g., objectClass - oblixPersonPwdPolicy attribute

3. Found these in the latest pid log files showing "objectClass" keyword, but they do not show who is performing this activity and which objectClass attribute is being deleted.

Under: $ORACLE_INSTANCE/auditlogs/OID:

2018-10-05 05:44:44.905693 "OID" "<STRING>" - - "<number>" - - "custInternalOperation" "LdapEntryAccess" TRUE - "cn=orcladmin" "Operation name: modify" - "<IP ADDRESS>" "cn=<app name>,cn=users,dc=<company>,dc=com" "objectclass" - - - - - - -
2018-10-05 05:49:06.279022 "OID" "<STRING>" - - "<number>" - - "custInternalOperation" "LdapEntryAccess" TRUE - "cn=orcladmin" "Operation name: modify" - "<IP ADDRESS>" "cn=<app name>,cn=users,dc=<company>,dc=com" "objectclass" - - - - - - -


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