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Last DDL details for a DB object

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Hi,
I want to know which user/OS user did last DDL changes to a package?
I looked at dba_objects. It has only last_ddl_timestamp.

Any table where I can get these details?

Thanks.
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Unless you have auditing turned on I cannot think of a way.

You should be able to use logminer and go through your archived redo logs and eventually find it.

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@slightwv: Can you please let me know the brief steps?
I thought logminer is for data only.
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I'm not an expert in using it.

The online docs should have all the information:

http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E11882_01/server.112/e22490/logminer.htm#SUTIL1553

There is a section labeled: Tracking DDL Statements in the LogMiner Dictionary

I'm just not sure if this is only for the dictionary or if you can mine this from individual logs.


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