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Is there any way to see all views in oracle database.
Is there any possibility to see exactly queries I mean how that view is created..
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List of views and their text:

select * from dba_views;
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Thank you..Is there any way the query behind each one..
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It's there too, in the TEXT column.
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Helpful..
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