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I want to see list of users other than sys and system in a database
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select username from dba_users where username not in ('SYS','SYSTEM');

You know, a quick scan of the docs will show you all the system views like DBA_OBJECTS, DBA_USERS, DBA_TABLES, etc...
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Slightvv  

till what time you are available..
after your working hours what ever query I am asking can you escalate to other experts.
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Experts here monitor the Zones they frequent.

If I don't get to a question, other Experts will pick it up.
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