Well, this is one of those circumstances, where your ability
to answer this question will depend upon your user’s assigned security roles
and what you actually want.
To get a complete list, you will need to use the DBA_
administrator tables to which most of us will not have access. In the very simple examples below, you may
want to add a WHERE clause to eliminate the system schemas from the list, like
‘SYS’ and ‘SYSTEM,’ if you have access to them.
Administrator (DBA) Schema List
SELECT distinct OWNER as SCHEMA_NAME
ORDER BY OWNER;
(DBA) Schema List Results Screenshot
Fortunately for the rest of us, there are All user tables,
from which we can get a listing of the schemas to which we have access.
All Users Schema List
SELECT distinct OWNER as SCHEMA_NAME
ORDER BY OWNER;
Example All Users
Schema List Results Screenshot
Oracle help Center
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It is funny how you cannot work with some for a while
because of newer tools, and then rediscover them, so to speak. The other day I was looking at my overflow
bookshelf in the garage and saw an old book on Oracle SQL*Plus and was thinking,
“do I still want or need that book?”.
In recent years I have been using a variety of other tools
when working with oracle. So, I really hadn’t thought about the once ubiquitous
Oracle SQL*Plus command-line interface for Oracle databases, which around for
thirty-five years or more. However, I
recently needed to do an Oracle 18C database install to enable some training
and was pleasantly surprised Oracle SQL*Plus as a menu item.
Oracle provides a few ways to determine which database you are working in. Admittedly, I usually know which database I’m working in, but recently I did an Oracle Database Express Edition (XE) install which did not goes has expected and I had reason to confirm which database I was actually in when the SQL*Plus session opened. So, this lead me to consider how one would prove exactly which database they were connected to. As it happens, Oracle has a few ways to quickly display which database you are connected to and here are two easy ways to find out your Oracle database name in SQL*Plus:
the GLOBAL_NAME table
The First method is to run a quick-select against the GLOBAL_NAME
table, which. is publicly available to logged-in users of the database
Example GLOBAL_NAME Select Statement
select * from global_name;
the V$DATABASE Variable
The second method is to run a quick-select a V$database.
However, not everyone will have access to the V$database variable.
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Table of Pronouns
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