I am writing a stored procedure that will run on an Oracle server in a highly secure network. The procedure will...
update tables on the server with data retrieved from another server, which is in a common LAN, not in the highly secure network. Since there is a firewall between the two networks, could you please send me a sample of the stored procedure and steps I should take to properly configure servers for the procedure?
The procedure code won't have anything to do with the security. If the data you're getting is coming from an Oracle database on a non-secure server, the DBA will simply create the database link to that database and you'll pull the data directly that way. Firewalls and data access is not the domain of Oracle stored procedure coding... it's at a much higher level than that and should already be handled, and you shouldn't really have to think about that when you code your procedure.
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