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How can I find the database userid of the ETL job
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you can query v$session view to know all the users logged in, there are other info available like module etc.
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What tool are you using for ETL?

They must be login as a generic user when connecting to Oracle. Get that user name from the ETL people and find the corresponding user id from V$session as suggested.
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