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Can we find all queries which run against a production table?

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is there a way to find out all the queries which run against a table in a production environment?
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If you have auditing turned on.

If you do not, you can scan the SQL in memory but you will lose past SQL that has been flushed.

What are you looking to do?
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with auditting on yes,  if not, no there isn't a reliable way to capture them all
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simple example to catpure all activity for a table...

audit all on YOURSCHEMA.YOURTABLE


for more info...

http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E11882_01/server.112/e17118/statements_4007.htm#i2059073
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after i run this:
AUDIT ALL ON schema1.table1;
how i find all sql that ran against the table?
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look in dba_audit_trail or your adump directory

depends on your audit_trail parameter.
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thank you....
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