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I want to know the sql query  for my  usertablespace creation..

Is there any way for that?
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Yes you can refer to this link for full details, just placing the syntax for your reference though

select dbms_metadata.get_ddl('TABLESPACE',tablespace_name) from dba_tablespaces;


http://www.dba-oracle.com/t_1_dbms_metadata.htm
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I recommend in your SQL session, prior to the SELECT command above:

SET LINESIZE 0                          NOTE  no semicolon nor /
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-->>I recommend in your SQL session, prior to the SELECT command above:

This is needed only if your are using sql*plus , if you are using any other tool, such as toad or sql developer, this is not needed..
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Thank you
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