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How can I create a query..
The output of select * from dba_users should not have the given list of users sch1,sch2,sch3

ie, if the database has sch1,sch2,sch3 list out.. that
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Question by:tonydba
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I really don't understand your question.

do you want ONLY sch1,sch2,sch3

select * from dba_users where username in ('sch1','sch2','sch3')


or do you want everything EXCEPT sch1,sch2,sch3

select * from dba_users where username NOT in ('sch1','sch2','sch3')
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by:Devinder Singh Virdi
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If you have list of owner in separate table, then you can also use

select * from dba_users where username IN (select username from another_table);

You can use NOT IN as well as required.
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One minor correction to the first post.  Oracle translates object names to upper case unless you force them to case sensitive, NOT recommended, by using double quotes.

Change:
select * from dba_users where username NOT in ('sch1','sch2','sch3');

to:
select * from dba_users where username NOT in ('SCH1','SSH2','SCH3');
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by:Gerwin Jansen
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What is your expected output?
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by:Steve Wales
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