This chapter discusses the setup process of DidiSoft OraPGP package providing OpenPGP cryptography in Oracle(c) PL/SQL. It assumes that you are familiar with Oracle(c) Database 11 and above and how to execute commands on the command shell of your operating system.
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3. From trial to production
5. The user/pass parameter
This product is a Java stored procedure package, and as such, it resides in a database schema. You can use any schema (referred in the example calls below as ‘smithj’), but if you want to have a dedicated schema for this package, the minimum privileges needed are shown below:
CREATE USER smithj IDENTIFIED BY pass; GRANT CREATE session TO smithj; GRANT CREATE TABLE TO smithj; GRANT CREATE PROCEDURE TO smithj; GRANT CREATE TYPE TO smithj; -- this is needed in order to be able to store the JAR file contents ALTER USER smithj quota unlimited ON USERS;
Step 1) Extract the distribution ZIP archive to a folder, referred below as [extraction folder]
Step 2) Load the JAR files
Load the JAR files using the loadjava.sh/.bat utility located in the Oracle Database instance /BIN/ folder.
For example on Windows C:\app\User\product\11.1.0\db_1\BIN\loadjava.bat
Replace below smithj/pass with a real database user schema and password applicable for your Oracle Database and host details if needed. Read below for more details regarding the user/pass parameter.
loadjava.bat -resolve -verbose -u smithj/pass [extraction folder]\SetupFiles\ora-pgp-1.4.jar
loadjava.sh -resolve -verbose -u smithj/pass [extraction folder]/SetupFiles/ora-pgp-1.4.jar
Step 3) Register the ORA_PGP PL/SQL package
using your favorite PL/SQL development environment (SQL*Plus, Oracle(c) SQLDeveloper(c), etc.) execute the PL/SQL scripts located at:
Step 4) Check that everything is working:
Execute in your PL/SQL command environment:
SELECT ORA_PGP.VERSION FROM dual
From trial to production
To switch from an evaluation (trial) version of the software to a licensed production version:
1) first Uninstall the trial version
2) then download the production version
3) execute the Setup stepts using the licensed production version
The uninstall process is similar to the Upgrade and requires first to unload the old version JAR files from the Oracle© database:
dropjava.bat -resolve -verbose –u smithj/pass [extraction folder]\SetupFiles\ora-pgp-<version>.jar
dropjava.sh -r -v -u smithj/pass [extraction folder]/SetupFiles/ora-pgp-<version>.jar
and afterwards to drop the ORA_PGP package using your favorite PL/SQL execution environment (SQL*Plus, Oracle(c) SQLDeveloper(c), etc.
SQL> drop package ORA_PGP;
Note: Replace above smithj/password with those used in the initial Setup.
The user/password parameter
The -user parameter of the loadjava and dropjava commands can be simply:
username/password – where username is a user(schema) name in the Oracle Database and password is its password.
username/password@database – in this case database can be a TNS name or Net8 name-value list
Host and Port
If we want to install the script into a remote machine specified with @host:port:SID then the additional -thin parameter must also be used:
loadjava -resolve -verbose -thin -user username/password@host:port:SID …
loadjava -resolve -verbose -thin -user email@example.com:1521:ORCL SetupFiles/ora-pgp-1.4.jar