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1 D All users must be authenticated A, B, C A is wrong because while this will give all users permission to connect, they will still have to authenticate B is wrong because a NULL is not acceptable as a password C is wrong because a profile can only manage passwords, not disable them 2 B, C, and D All these actions are necessary A and E A is wrong because without privileges and quota, JON cannot connect and create a table E is wrong because this privilege lets you manage a tablespace, not create objects in it
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3 B It will not be possible to allocate further extents to the tables A, C, and D A is wrong because inserts will succeed as long as there is space in the extents already allocated C is wrong because there is no need to drop the tables D is wrong because CASCADE cannot be applied to a quota command 4 D There is always a database-wide default, which (by default) is SYSTEM In many cases, it will have been set to TEMP A, B, C, and E A is wrong because there is a default B is wrong because the default may not be SYSTEM (though it is by default) C is wrong because while TEMP is a frequently used default, it may not be E is wrong because all user accounts must have a temporary tablespace 5 A, B, and C Any of these will prevent the access D and E D is wrong because the grants in (a) and (b) will remain in effect Note that ALL is implemented as a set of grants (or revokes) of each privilege, so it is not necessary to grant or revoke SELECT as well as ALL E is wrong because the grant to PUBLIC in (d) will remain in effect 6 C, D, and E C is correct because the revocation of a system privilege does not cascade D and E are correct because any action that updates the data dictionary is a system privilege A and B A is wrong because system privileges can be granted by any user who has been granted the privilege WITH ADMIN OPTION B is wrong because the revocation of a system privilege does not cascade 7 C There is no such privilege as SELECT TABLE; it is granted implicitly with CREATE TABLE A, B, and D A is wrong because roles can be password protected B is wrong because even though tables must be owned by users, permission to create them can be granted to a role D is wrong because a role can have any combination of object and system privileges 8 B Roles are not schema objects, and so can have the same names as tables A, C, and D A is wrong because roles can have any combination of system, object, and role privileges C is wrong because roles cannot have the same names as users D is wrong because roles can be enabled and disabled at any time 9 C The RESOURCE_LIMIT parameter will default to FALSE, and without this resource limits are not enforced A, B, and D A is wrong because this privilege controls whether users can connect to the account at all, not how many times B is wrong because no role can exempt a user from profile limits D is wrong because this parameter controls which Resource Manager plan is active, which is not relevant to whether resource limits are enforced
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