RE: How to determine when a particular schema was created within a database.

And if your looking for when they first started creating objects, look
in DBA_OBJECTS.
 

Dick Goulet 
Senior Oracle DBA 

 

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[mailto:oracle-l-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of gidhin K. joy
Sent: Tuesday, October 19, 2010 5:42 AM
To: murrays@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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Subject: Re: How to determine when a particular schema was created
within a database.


Hi,
 
 
Select on dba_users should give you enough details that you are looking
for??
 
  
SQL>
SQL>
SQL> desc dba_users;
 Name                                      Null?    Type
 ----------------------------------------- --------
----------------------------
 USERNAME                                  NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30)
 USER_ID                                   NOT NULL NUMBER
 PASSWORD                                           VARCHAR2(30)
 ACCOUNT_STATUS                            NOT NULL VARCHAR2(32)
 LOCK_DATE                                          DATE
 EXPIRY_DATE                                        DATE
 DEFAULT_TABLESPACE                        NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30)
 TEMPORARY_TABLESPACE                      NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30)
 CREATED                                   NOT NULL DATE
 PROFILE                                   NOT NULL VARCHAR2(30)
 INITIAL_RSRC_CONSUMER_GROUP                        VARCHAR2(30)
 EXTERNAL_NAME                                      VARCHAR2(4000)
 PASSWORD_VERSIONS                                  VARCHAR2(8)
 EDITIONS_ENABLED                                   VARCHAR2(1)
 AUTHENTICATION_TYPE                                VARCHAR2(8)
SQL> select USERNAME,CREATED  from dba_users where USERNAME='XXXXX';
USERNAME                       CREATED
------------------------------ ---------
XXXXX                             05-OCT-10
SQL>

 
 
Thanks,
Gidhin


On 18 October 2010 23:16, Andrew Kerber <andrew.kerber@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:


        If you have audit_sys_operations set to true, and you haven't
deleted the old information, the create date of the user should be
available in the audit files. 


        On Mon, Oct 18, 2010 at 12:36 PM, Bobak, Mark
<Mark.Bobak@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
        

                What Brandon posted is probably the best you can do, at
least without some sort of audit trail, which, if you're asking the
question after the fact, is probably not available.

                 

                However, it's really not sufficient.

                 

                I could create object A today, object B tomorrow, and
drop object A the day after tomorrow.  Then, Brandon's query will return
yesterday's date, rather than the day before yesterday.

                 

                There's no good, obvious way around this, that I can
see.  I'm just pointing out a possible weakness in the strategy.

                 

                -Mark

                 

                From: oracle-l-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:oracle-l-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Allen, Brandon 

                Sent: Monday, October 18, 2010 1:27 PM
                To: murrays@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx; oracle-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
                
                Subject: RE: How to determine when a particular schema
was created within a database. 

                

                

                 

                Try this:

                 

                select min(created) from dba_objects where owner =
'<SCHEMA_OWNER>';

                 

                Regards,

                Brandon

                 

                
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