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Tag: datatype

Oracle SQL Developer Report: Tables By DataType

When I’m doing demonstrations of Oracle SQL Developer, I’m frequently asked about our support for datatypes like XML, BLOBS, Timestamp, etc. When I’m put on the spot like that, I have a tendency to forget that I already have tables setup for this. So I end up writing a query to find a table that [...]

Average Run Time for Oracle Jobs

Starting with 10g and the introduction of DMBS_SCHEDULER, Oracle database began tracking and storing the execution duration of a job. By default this information is kept around for 30 days. You can of course change the logging level and the retention period for the job runs – read the docs! The job runs can be [...]

Finding Tables Having Columns of Specific Datatypes

I frequently need to find a table in a particular SCHEMA, or even just anywhere in the database, that stores data of a specific datatype. This generally happens when a customer asks me, ‘Hey, does Toad support the ANYDATA|LONG RAW|CLOB|BLOB datatype?’ So I decide to find said table and just show them what the application [...]