Remote dependencies

Hi all,

I have a lot of views in which many remote objects are available. Am not able to find in DBA dependencies view. Is there any other way to find?
sakthikumarAsked:
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Alex [***Alex140181***]Software DeveloperCommented:
What's the result of
select *
  from dba_dependencies a
 where a.referenced_link_name is not null;

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sakthikumarAuthor Commented:
The below view i have created.

CREATE OR REPLACE VIEW V1 AS
SELECT "SEQ_NO","ROTN","PROCESS_STATUS","ERR_CODE","CREATED_DATE","MODIFIED_DATE","MODIFIED_BY","PORT_CODE" FROM opctjad_dba.GC_VOYAGES_FROM_PROMIS@PRD10_DBL.DUBAIWORLD.AE;

this is having remote dependency.

but not showing in dba_dependencies. what could be the reason.?
Alex [***Alex140181***]Software DeveloperCommented:
Can you even query the dba_dep... view?! What about the user_dep... or all_dep... view?!
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sakthikumarAuthor Commented:
It is not available in DBA_dependencies .
I have access but not available in the DBA _ dependencies
Mark GeerlingsDatabase AdministratorCommented:
According to Oracle's documentation:
"DBA_DEPENDENCIES describes all dependencies in the database..."

Note the word "in".  Remote dependencies are to objects that by definition are not "in", but rather "outside of" the database you are connected to, so they are not documented in the DBA_DEPENDENCIES view.

That is the way Oracle is designed.

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Alex [***Alex140181***]Software DeveloperCommented:
@markgeer: I somehow disagree (Oracle.... official docs..... often "weird")
If the asker's view gets created properly and the used database link is valid, this object (view) should be present in the dba_dep... view WITH "referenced_link_name" filled.

@sakthikumar: Can you post the result of the query below?!
select *
  from dba_dependencies a
 where a.name = 'V1';

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