Oracle Database Encryption for ArcSDE

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11-27-2013 01:34 AM
EmadAl-Mousa
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If Oracle Database Network Encryption is enabled, is there any issues will occur regarding ArcSDE (direct-connection) OR (application server connection).
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EmadAl-Mousa
Occasional Contributor III
To enable ???Network Encryption??? between ArcGIS Desktop and the Database, use ???direct-connect??? as your method of connection to the ArcSDE Geodatabase.

If the Oracle database has already configured for Network Encryption (which is not part of the Oracle Advanced Security License), you need to install Oracle Client 11g on your machine where ArcGIS Desktop is installed in. There is no extra configuration required on the client level.

As a consequence, this will also make all your map services encrypted (while creating MXD files based on SDE direct connection) and installing Oracle 11g Client on the server.

http://geodatamaster.wordpress.com/2013/12/04/oracle-database-network-encryption-and-arcsde/

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EmadAl-Mousa
Occasional Contributor III
To enable ???Network Encryption??? between ArcGIS Desktop and the Database, use ???direct-connect??? as your method of connection to the ArcSDE Geodatabase.

If the Oracle database has already configured for Network Encryption (which is not part of the Oracle Advanced Security License), you need to install Oracle Client 11g on your machine where ArcGIS Desktop is installed in. There is no extra configuration required on the client level.

As a consequence, this will also make all your map services encrypted (while creating MXD files based on SDE direct connection) and installing Oracle 11g Client on the server.

http://geodatamaster.wordpress.com/2013/12/04/oracle-database-network-encryption-and-arcsde/
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NidhinKarthikeyan
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Thanks for sharing! That was an informative post.
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