Wednesday, 11 July 2012

Wrapping / encrypting PL/SQL code

Wrapping / encrypting PL/SQL code

Wrapping / encrypting PL/SQL code:

There are two way to wrap your pl/sql code.
·         Wrap
·         DBMS_DDL
Wrapping can be done with the wrap utility and DBMS_DDL subprograms.

The wrap utility is run from the command line and processes an input SQL file, such as a SQL*Plus installation script. The DBMS_DDL subprograms wrap a single PL/SQL unit, such as a single CREATE PROCEDURE command, that has been generated dynamically.

Wrapping oracle PL/SQL Code with the DBMS_DDL CREATE_WRAPPED procedure:

  1. Create an anonymous block with your code (which needs to be encrypted) in generate_spec and generate_body, enclosed in quotes.
/* The package_text variable contains the text to create the package spec and body */

  package_text VARCHAR2(32767);
  FUNCTION generate_spec (pkgname VARCHAR2) RETURN VARCHAR2 AS
     RETURN 'CREATE PACKAGE ' || pkgname || ' AS
PROCEDURE add (x NUMBER, y NUMBER); END ' || pkgname || ';';
  END generate_spec;
  FUNCTION generate_body (pkgname VARCHAR2) RETURN VARCHAR2 AS
     RETURN 'CREATE PACKAGE BODY ' || pkgname || ' AS
BEGIN dbms_output.put_line (x+y); END add; END ' || pkgname || ';';
  END generate_body;
  -- generate package spec
  package_text := generate_spec('Calculation');
  -- create and wrap the package spec
  -- generate package body 
  package_text := generate_body('Calculation'); 
  -- create and wrap the package body 
  1. The package object – calculation will get created in the data base in encrypted format.
Sql> Calculation.add(10, 20);
  1. Check the all sources table. You can see an encrypted version of your code.

Wrapping oracle PL/SQL Code with the wrap Utility:

The wrap utility processes an input SQL file and obfuscates only the PL/SQL units in the file, such as a package specification, package body, function, procedure, type specification, or type body. It does not obfuscate PL/SQL content in anonymous blocks or triggers or non-PL/SQL code.
To run the wrap utility, enter the wrap command at your operating system prompt using the following syntax:
         wrap iname=input_file [oname=output_file]
Do not use any spaces around the equal signs.
1.      Write a procedure abc(), in a file abc.sql (do not compile it in database) and save it in C:\
create procedure abc is
dbms_output.put_line('Hello World');
end abc;
2.      First generate the wrapped code for this sql file using the following command.
wrap iname=C:\abc.sql
You will get the following message:

      PL/SQL Wrapper: Release Production on Sat Jun 04 2011
Copyright (c) Oracle Corporation 1993, 2001.  All Rights Reserved.
Processing C:\abc.sql to abc.plb

3.      The wrapped file code abc.plb is created in the same directory (C:\abc.sql). It will look like this

     4.      Now compile the encrypted code (abc.plb) in the database.
SQL> @C:\abc.plb
Procedure created.
5.      So, our source code is not visible through the USER_SOURCE, ALL_SOURCE, or DBA_SOURCE data dictionary views.
6.      Now execute the procedure
SQL> ed;
Wrote file afiedt.buf

  1  begin
  2  abc();
  3* end;
SQL> /

PL/SQL procedure successfully completed.

SQL> set serveroutput on
SQL> /
Hello World

PL/SQL procedure successfully completed.

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