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how to retrieve the row I deleted from the table?
how to find what time i deleted the rows?
this is the 'test' database (oracle 10g). the table is partitioned and row movement is not enabled, so i beleive i cannot use the 'flashback table'...
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>>how to retrieve the row I deleted from the table?

Depending on how long ago it was: flashback query:
http://psoug.org/reference/flash_query.html

>>how to find what time i deleted the rows?

Unless you have auditing turned on, your options are limited.  you might be able to get the information using log miner but I'm not sure.
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thank you.
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