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Dear Experts,

is there a way to find out when a Oracle 9i database was created? not the start time.

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A simple way would be to query DBA_OBJECTS:

select min(created) from dba_objects where owner='SYS';
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select created from v$database;
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control file will have this information

select created from v$database
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