Oracle databases have been in existence for quite a while now. To be precise, Oracle released their 9i (9.0.1) version about 2 years ago. Many companies are still using the 8i (8.1.x), 8 (8.0.x) and 7.x database versions. For the most part, everything that is available in a lower version will be available in a higher version as well.
There are a few minor exceptions, but the Oracle databases tend to be backwards compatible. When Oracle releases a new version, their documentation contains a list of all the features new to that version. So it is worthwhile for the Database Administrator to read this documentation to discover what is new in the dynamic data masking database.
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