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SQL to show all triggers from a schema

Posted on 2007-11-20
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Hi,

Is it posible to show all triggers from one schema (oracle 9)?
I want to get this through a winsql statement.

Thanks!
HPvH
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by:joebednarz
ID: 20320258
If you are logged in as the schema owner:

SELECT * FROM user_triggers;

If you are logged in as a DBA role user:

SELECT * FROM dba_triggers WHERE owner = 'SCOTT';
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by:johnsone
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This should give you the list of triggers and the table the trigger is on for an entire schema.

select trigger_name, table_name
from dba_triggers
where owner = '<schema>';
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by:HPvH
ID: 20320305
Hi,

If I run this:
select trigger_name, table_name from dba_triggers where owner = 'SALESMAN';


I get this:
Error: ORA-00942: table or view does not exist
 (State:S0002, Native Code: 3AE)
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by:Jinesh Kamdar
ID: 20320471
You might not have access to DBA views.

Try this : -

SELECT * FROM user_triggers;
SELECT * FROM all_triggers WHERE owner = 'owner_schema';
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Jinesh Kamdar earned 260 total points
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The last SQL should have read : -

SELECT * FROM all_triggers WHERE owner = 'SALESMAN';
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by:johnsone
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Be aware of the following:

USER_TRIGGERS will only show you triggers you own.

ALL_TRIGGERS will only show you triggers you own, unless you have the CREATE ANY TRIGGER privilege.

DBA_TRIGGERS will show all triggers, but you do need privileges to be able to see DBA_TRIGGERS, normally the SELECT ANY DICTIONARY should be sufficient.
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by:HPvH
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Thanks!
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