Step 3 Commit the transaction and complete it if there are no errors Step 4 If

Step 3 commit the transaction and complete it if

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Step 3 – Commit the transaction and complete it if there are no errors. Step 4 – If an error occurs in the transaction, roll it back and end the operation
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IAM Security Importance
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Access Levels Customer – the bread and butter of our business. Levels should be consistent with just about every other company. Only what is needed to complete transactions and find company information. Administration – Access only to the customer facing applications and reports from transactions. Operations – Access to databases for IT and cross system functions.
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Access Restrictions Customer – Security should be handled client side and restricted to basic web access. Administration – No access to customer databases only to tools for operations. Operations – Read only on customer information and transactional database, Read write on RDS and access to servers for maintenance.
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References AWS(2019). Retrieved from: Connolly, T. & Begg, C. (2015). Database systems: A practical approach to design, implementation and management (6th ed.). Addison-Wesley, Pearson Higher Education. Elmarsi, R. & Navathe, S. B. (2016). Fundamentals of database systems (7th ed.). Addison-Wesley, Pearson Higher Education. Techopedia(2019). Retrieved from: Tech-FAQ(2019). Retrieved from: -database.html
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