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Hello,
I am searching the database to find out where the tags I am working with are located.  For example;  with         <VoltageType>AC</VoltageType>
I search to see where the "VoltageType" element is at.
My question is; Is there SQL command that would find the VoltageType regardless where it is at?  The SQL script I have needs to know in which table the element is at.
select   
          nd.device_name, 
from 
         HIGH_VOLTAGE.network_device nd,

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by:Ivo Stoykov
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no, but you could use user_tables dictionary to get all avaiable tables for logged user.
HTH
Ivo Stoykov

select table_name from user_tables

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I think you need this.
http://vyaskn.tripod.com/search_all_columns_in_all_tables.htm
 If not explain with an example.
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I do apologize for the wait, I had other crisis to take care of.
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