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Oracle - how to find objects (schemas, tables etc)

posted Mar 31, 2013, 11:54 AM by Jageshwar Tripathi

Schemas

This is a query to get all Oracle schemas in an Oracle database instance.

select USERNAME from SYS.ALL_USERS order by USERNAME

 Tables

This is a query to get all Oracle tables that can be viewed by the current user.

select TABLE_NAME, OWNER from SYS.ALL_TABLES order by OWNER, TABLE_NAME

 The query can be filtered to return tables for a given schema by adding a where OWNER = 'some_schema' clause to the query.

  Views

This is a query to get all Oracle views that can be viewed by the current user.

select VIEW_NAME, OWNER from SYS.ALL_VIEWS order by OWNER, VIEW_NAME

 The query can be filtered to return views for a specific schema by adding a where OWNER = 'some_schema' clause to the query.

 Packages

This is a query to get all Oracle packages that can be viewed by the current user.

select OBJECT_NAME, OWNER from SYS.ALL_OBJECTS where UPPER(OBJECT_TYPE) = 'PACKAGE' order by OWNER, OBJECT_NAME

 To query for package bodies, substitute PACKAGE BODY for PACKAGE.

 The query can be filtered to return packages for a specific schema by adding a where OWNER = 'some_schema' clause to the query.

 Procedures

This is a query to get all Oracle procedures that can be viewed by the current user.

select OBJECT_NAME, OWNER from SYS.ALL_OBJECTS where upper(OBJECT_TYPE) = upper('PROCEDURE') order by OWNER, OBJECT_NAME

 The query can be filtered to return procedures for a specific schema by adding a where OWNER = 'some_schema' clause to the query.

 Procedure Columns

This is a query to get the columns in an Oracle procedure.

select OWNER, OBJECT_NAME, ARGUMENT_NAME, DATA_TYPE, IN_OUT from SYS.ALL_ARGUMENTS order by OWNER, OBJECT_NAME, SEQUENCE

 Functions

This is a query to get all Oracle functions for the current user.

select OBJECT_NAME, OWNER from SYS.ALL_OBJECTS where upper(OBJECT_TYPE) = upper('FUNCTION') order by OWNER, OBJECT_NAME

 The query can be filtered to return functions for a specific schema by adding a where OWNER = 'some_schema' clause to the query.

 Triggers

This is a query to get all Oracle triggers for the current user.

select TRIGGER_NAME, OWNER from SYS.ALL_TRIGGERS order by OWNER, TRIGGER_NAME

 The query can be filtered to return triggers for a specific schema by adding a where OWNER = 'some_schema' clause to the query.

 Indexes

This is a query to get all Oracle indexes.

select INDEX_NAME, TABLE_NAME, TABLE_OWNER from SYS.ALL_INDEXES order by TABLE_OWNER, TABLE_NAME, INDEX_NAME

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