How to see all tables and Views in Oracle 10g and upwards?

When I put "show views" or "show tables", it gives me error like ORA-00900. How can i see the all tables, views and indexes associated by Schema?

What should be the exact SQL command?
aburaihanxpAsked:
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]Billing EngineerCommented:
SHOW VIEWS is MySQL, not oracle ...
all tables:

http://ss64.com/orad/DBA_ALL_TABLES.html
select * from dba_all_tables

views: http://ss64.com/orad/DBA_VIEWS.html
indexes:
http://ss64.com/orad/DBA_INDEXES.html
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BawerCommented:
select ..... from user_tables

select ...... from user_views

select...... from user_indexes

if you want to know about the colomns then use

desc user_tables

desc  user_views

desc user_indexes
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AbarajCommented:
select * from tab where tabtype='TABLE';
select * from tab where tabtype='VIEW';
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aburaihanxpAuthor Commented:
Actually i am using oracle sql developer. when i am writing the sql, then, the list of all available view is coming like the attachment. But, when i am putting the "select * from tab where tabtype='VIEW';" query, i am getting nothing as output.

Can you please let me know what could be the possible reason?
Sample.jpg
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AbarajCommented:
try to use your ORACLE SQL *Plus. you will get the results.
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aburaihanxpAuthor Commented:
SQL*Plus: Release 10.2.0.3.0 - Production on Mon Apr 12 15:30:54 2010

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Connected to:
Oracle Database 10g Enterprise Edition Release 10.2.0.3.0 - 64bit Production
With the Partitioning, OLAP and Data Mining options

SQL> select * from tab where tabtype='VIEW';

no rows selected

SQL>
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slightwv (䄆 Netminder) Commented:
use the views provided by Bawer in http:#30507684

Once you get the concept behind the naming they are straight forward:

USER_ - What you own.
ALL_ - What you have access to
DBA_ - everything

So if you are looking for tables you own select from: USER_TABLES.
Views you own: USER_VIEWS
Indexes you own:  USER_INDEXES

Any VIEW you have access to:  ALL_VIEWS
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