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How can I check which object is relaying on a function or procedure ?

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Andrew
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use something like the below :

SELECT *
FROM dba_dependencies
WHERE owner ='SCOTT'
AND name ='MY_FUNCTION';

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by:Naveen Kumar
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if you do not have access to dba_dependencies,  then try all_dependencies.

if not, then you have to use

SELECT *
FROM USER_dependencies
WHERE name ='MY_FUNCTION'

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