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How we will see all the application objects in a database....
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>>How we will see all the application objects in a database....

ALL objects in the database not owned by SYS and SYSTEM:
select owner, object_name, object_type from DBA_OBJECTS where owner not in ('SYS','SYSTEM');

A specific users objects:
select object_name, object_type from USER_OBJECTS;

everything a user has been given access to:
select owner, object_name, object_type from ALL_OBJECTS;


That said:  You need to know the application and what schemas and objects it uses.  There really isn't a way to tell just by looking at the objects.

Typically all application objects are owned by a common schema but not always.

Some 'bad' developers and DBA's create objects in the SYS and SYSTEM schemas.  There really isn't a way to find those.
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Sorry I want see only the application schema
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Two ways:
select owner, object_name, object_type from DBA_OBJECTS where owner ='APP_SCHEMA_NAME';

or
log into the schema and use the USER_OBJECTS one above.
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