My question involves not only Oracle but Sql server and Sybase. I am wondering if there is a way to monitor database changes so to prevent catastrophic events so to speak in the database. By catastrophic events, below are some examples.
The reason I am asking this is that on my job I work with about 6 different databases. two are Oracle, two are Sybase and two are Sql server. I need to somehow monitor any catastrophic changes to the database. Is there a way to do that? I have an application that accesses the databases and of course the application will crash if certain catastrophic events occur. But sometimes running the application is not enough, so to somehow monitor any database changes would be great.
- Deletion of linked servers
- Deletion of user accounts
- Deletions from key tables