How do i find what user create an oracle object

One can login to oracle as SYS and create a view in a different schema.
Eg:- create View ABC.MY_VIEW As select '1' COL1 From Dual

The MY_VIEW will then be listed with Owner as ABC. Is there a way to query that actually its the user -SYS who actually created this object?

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Maybe I am wrong but I believe there are two ways to know who has create an object:

1. Logminer: But sure you don't have the archive logs for that
2. Enbled audit in the moment of creatio but I'm sure this is not the case

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Chakravarthi AyyalaDatabase AdministratorCommented:
Actions by SYS cannot be audited.  :(
Yes, SYS can be audited:

or you can see Oracle Documentation: Oracle DAtabase Security Guide 10g Release 2 (B14266-04) The paragraph "Auditing Administrative Users" (page 12-3)
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IFSUKAuthor Commented:
Thanks for all the questions, but it means the auditing has to be setup before the object is created.
Dont understand why oracle cant keep who created object by default. I mean it reatins the owner, but not the created by!

Thanks again
IFSUKAuthor Commented:
I mean thanks for the answers! Strange EE own commnets cannot be edited!
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