Develop and evaluate partial systems, Database Management System

Part 1: Security Plan

Consider the Case study and identify 3 security requirements. For each of these security requirements:

• Discuss the necessity for the feature and how it will be implemented;

• Implement code for your security feature;

• Demonstrate, discuss, testing of the security feature.

This is effectively a security plan to control user access, using available ORACLE SQL commands, roles, aliases, views and pseudo-columns.
There are examples in Appendix B. Needless to say, I would much prefer to see your own ideas.

Part 2: Performance Plan

For 3 of the database tables in the case study:

• Design, implement and justify an Indexing Plan, using available ORACLE commands.

• Justify your specification of the OPTIMISER mode. 

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