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Is there any way we can find the catalog in which database is registered from rman promt.
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There should be only one catalog, for which databases may or may not be registered.  Are you asking which database contains the catlog_db referred in:

RMAN>CONNECT CATALOG <user_name>/<passwd>@<catlog_db>
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From your last question on catalogs:
You don't really 'register' a database with a catalog from the database's perspective.

You tell the catalog what database it needs to worry about.  The database being backed up is sort of an unwilling participant.
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good answer..
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