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how to check index on oracle table

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Dear All,

   kindly give me the query to check the index  for the oracle table........


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Priyashree
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select * from sys.user_indexes t where t.table_name='your_table';
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I would prefer DBA_INDEXES, as USER_INDEXES is only for the connected user's own indexes...
http://www.ss64.com/orad/DBA_INDEXES.html
also, which columns are actually indexes:
http://www.ss64.com/orad/DBA_IND_COLUMNS.html

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