Database Activity Monitoring (DAM) policies : Data policies : Configuring a table policy : Configuring audit settings for a table policy
 
Configuring audit settings for a table policy
1. Click the triangle icon of the Audit Settings section to expand it.
2. Select one of the following options:
Manually Select Object: You enter the specific object name.
Browse Object by Target: You can select one from the dropdown list (default).
3. If you are configuring the policy using Policy > DAM Alert/Audit Policies and selecting an object by browsing, for Target, select a target.
4. Do one of the following:
For policies for Oracle and DB2 databases, for Schema, enter a schema name or select a name from the list.
For policies for Microsoft SQL Server and Sybase databases, for Database, enter a database name or select a name from the list. Then, for Schema, enter a schema name or select a name from the list.
5. In the Tables list, select one or more tables.
6. Under Audit Actions, do one of the following:
For an alert policy, select the Read (Select), Write (Insert/Update/Delete), or both.
For an audit policy, select one or more of the following options: Select, Insert, Update, Delete, Truncate.
7. Click > (right arrow) to move your selection to the Selected Objects table.
 
If you want to remove the objects from the Selected Objects list, select the object you want to remove and then click < (left arrow). To remove all objects, click << (double left arrow).
See also
Configuing alert rules for a table policy
Table policy alert rules for different databases