Language specific recommendations: In rare circumstances, prepared statements can harm performance.When confronted with this situation, it is best to either a) strongly validate all data or b) escape all user supplied input using an escaping routine specific to your database vendor as described below, rather than using a prepared statement.The account is named using the same format as for the GRANT statement; for example, 'jeffrey'@'localhost'.
For example, if an anonymous account exists, the named account might be able to use its privileges, but SHOW GRANTS will not display them.
SHOW GRANTS requires the SELECT privilege for the mysql database.
The following information or grant statements are in the sql script that you can run.
If your Oracle user created during oracle install is different than the default "Protect" user, you can open the script in text editor and replace the protect user with the user you created during oracle install while running the oracle_create_file.
Note: If the permissions are already set correctly running the script will not hurt anything, and if there are permissions missing or needing to be reset the script will grant the protect user the appropriate permissions or set the permissions that are missing.
Note: you may also run the script against the oracle 22.214.171.124, 126.96.36.199, 188.8.131.52, 184.108.40.206, and 12c systems that the DLP System uses.
A listing of all users and privileges that relate to the My SQL connection.
You may also manage (add) user accounts, adjust privileges, and expire passwords.
Parameterized queries force the developer to first define all the SQL code, and then pass in each parameter to the query later.