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Can I tie Oracle DBID to Oracle Instance name?

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The Oracle audit records include the DBID, but not the instance name. Is there any way to include the instance name on a report instead of the DBID?

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The instance name is available in the v$instance table. I would recommend creating a view with the instance name either hard-coded or joined from v$instance as a separate column along with the audit data columns. Then have Splunk select from your view instead of the audit trail table or view.

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