Tress said...Excellent Article Tim...Very easy to understand and implement.
Lesio said...Please add more about SSL connections using WALLET_LOCATION in sqlnet.ora
I'm not sure what this has to do with Transparent Data Encryption.
ImmaP said...Hi Tim, thanks for the writeup. I need some clarification please: When the database is bounced(re-started), does one have to reopen the WALLET Tablespace as well as the WALLET? I am running into this issue whereby, after db reboot, the wallet tablespace is not open. I am thinking that Oracle should be able to restart/reopen everything. Please clarify...thanks. Running Oracle 11gR.
Not sure what you mean by "wallet tablespace". If you are talking about tablespace encryption, I've added an example of the startup process here:
Tim... said...I thought I should probably add the same thing to this article, so I did. :)
Sam said...could you do the same like this one but with 12c please?
there is only:
Multitenant : Transparent Data Encryption (TDE) in Pluggable Databases (PDBs) in Oracle Database 12c Release 1
but it is needed for regular database, not pluggable one
The basics of TDE have not really changed since it was introduced, so you can use this article.
In 12c they've added new commands to do the key management. You can chose to use those if you want. They are explained in the Multitenant article you linked to. Those commands are not multitenant-specific.
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