How to find procedure/package by SQL statement(SQL_TEXT) for tuning


Our systems are running well-known ERP and Oracle 8i or above.
We have performance issues.
We can find problematic SQL statements (SQL full text)by monitoring, but we don't know
which procedure/package the SQL statements were executed from.

Could anyone please tell us how to find procedure/packages by SQL text?

Assumption: we did not set module, action, client_info, etc by using

Thank you in advance.
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Pierrick LOUBIERIS Operational Excellence ManagerCommented:
Views USER_SOURCE and DBA_SOURCE hold the code. Something like this would be helpful :

FROM user_source
WHERE text = <problematic_SQL>;

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use statspack. documentation : ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/admin/spdoc.txt
drcrazy44Author Commented:
Thank you very much for all.
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