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Is there a way to identify the tables created by me in a schema. All of us log in to the same schema and have created lot of objects..as a cleanup i need to identify the tables I have created..

There should be a way to identify it based on the OS USER?

Please let me know..
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if you have auditing on ,  look in dba_audit_trail

check the os_username  column

if you don't have auditing turned on,  then no you can't derive the history
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slightwv (䄆 Netminder) earned 1000 total points
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Not unless you have auditing turned on or have a DDL trigger written.
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no audit turned on unfortunately..May be I can scan through the tables created in past two months?
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by:slightwv (䄆 Netminder)
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>>May be I can scan through the tables created in past two months?

Is that a question for us?  If so, I'm not following what you are asking.
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I think i have to manually scan through all the tables that are created in past few months as there is no way to find out since the audit is not turned on..

I will be splliting the points between sdstuber and slightwv

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