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|Thursday, March 04, 2004|
Another wonderful Oracle Trick for Oracle Newbies from freakinname:
It seems there are three ways to start grabbing table names (as well as columns in the table, etc) from Oracle.
select distinct table_name from user_tab_columns where table_name like '%' order by table_name
select distinct table_name from DBA_TAB_COLUMNS where table_name like '%' order by table_name
select distinct table_name from ALL_TAB_COLUMNS where table_name like '%' order by table_name
user_tab_columns naturally limits to the user, etc. DBA & ALL are giving me supersets of that so far, and seem to have the same tables in them as each other right now. Tables in ALL that aren't in USER are things like:
Anyhow, using these tables in Oracle does the same thing you can do with the master database in SQL Server when you'd like to programmatically get to column names.
posted by ruffin at 3/04/2004 05:00:00 PM
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