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Is there any possibility to find out which all tables of a database are being accessed from a VB code. Iam connecting to a Oracle database.

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by:Ryan Chong
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What you can do is try find out all tables in a database but cannot determine while table are being accessed from a vb code.

There are so many ways to find out the tables available in a database, like DAO and ADOX.

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bob_online earned 20 total points
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Simple answer is NO, that's what documentation is for.

Practical answer is Yes, you have to look at every line of code to find all the table names.

On the other hand, there may be some (probably very expensive) tool that I am unaware of that will read through the code and compare it to the database...

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thanks a lot for the comment
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