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EBS policy context

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Hi,
Where do I find good documentation on row level security for EBS? Set policy context
Want to look at all the policies that had been set and what the predicate being appended to the where would be.
May want to create my own custom policy also, is that possible?
Thanks,
Bill
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What is your EBS version ?

You can check in OTN for example here is one of the link for 7.9 version :

http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E14223_01/bia.796/e14219/security.htm
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