Tip

Querying session info

Here is a query of the session information with a decode of the command being executed. WHERE clauses can be added to target specific commands.

SELECT status, 
       sid, 
       serial#, 
       TYPE, 
       username, 
       osuser, 
       server, 
       machine, 
       terminal, 
       program, 
       DECODE(command,1,'CREATE TABLE', 
                      2,'INSERT', 
                      3,'SELECT', 
                      4,'CREATE CLUSTER', 
                      5,'ALTER CLUSTER', 
                      6,'UPDATE', 
                      7,'DELETE', 
                      8,'DROP CLUSTER', 
                      9,'CREATE INDEX', 
                     10,'DROP INDEX', 
                     11,'ALTER INDEX', 
                     12,'DROP TABLE', 
                     13,'CREATE SEQUENCE', 
                     14,'ALTER SEQUENCE', 
                     15,'ALTER TABLE', 
                     16,'DROP SEQUENCE', 
                     17,'GRANT', 
                     18,'REVOKE', 
                     19,'CREATE SYNONYM', 
                     20,'DROP SYNONYM', 
                     21,'CREATE VIEW', 
                     22,'DROP VIEW', 
                     23,'VALIDATE INDEX', 
                     24,'CREATE PROCEDURE', 
                     25,'ALTER PROCEDURE', 
                     26,'LOCK TABLE', 
                     27,'NO OPERATION', 
                     28,'RENAME', 
                     29,'COMMENT',

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30,'AUDIT', 31,'NOAUDIT', 32,'CREATE DATABASE LINK', 33,'DROP DATABASE LINK', 34,'CREATE DATABASE', 35,'ALTER DATABASE', 36,'CREATE ROLLBACK SEGMENT', 37,'ALTER ROLLBACK SEGMENT', 38,'DROP ROLLBACK SEGMENT', 39,'CREATE TABLESPACE', 40,'ALTER TABLESPACE', 41,'DROP TABLESPACE', 42,'ALTER SESSION', 43,'ALTER USER', 44,'COMMIT', 45,'ROLLBACK', 46,'SAVEPOINT', 47,'PL/SQL EXECUTE', 48,'SET TRANSACTION', 49,'ALTER SYSTEM SWITCH LOG', 50,'EXPLAIN', 51,'CREATE USER', 52,'CREATE ROLE', 53,'DROP USER', 54,'DROP ROLE', 55,'SET ROLE', 56,'CREATE SCHEMA', 57,'CREATE CONTROL FILE', 58,'ALTER TRACING', 59,'CREATE TRIGGER', 60,'ALTER TRIGGER', 61,'DROP TRIGGER', 62,'ANALYZE TABLE', 63,'ANALYZE INDEX', 64,'ANALYZE CLUSTER', 65,'CREATE PROFILE', 66,'DROP PROFILE', 67,'ALTER PROFILE', 68,'DROP PROCEDURE', 69,'DROP PROCEDURE', 70,'ALTER RESOURCE COST', 71,'CREATE SNAPSHOT LOG', 72,'ALTER SNAPSHOT LOG', 73,'DROP SNAPSHOT LOG', 74,'CREATE SNAPSHOT', 75,'ALTER SNAPSHOT', 76,'DROP SNAPSHOT', 79,'ALTER ROLE', 85,'TRUNCATE TABLE', 86,'TRUNCATE CLUSTER', 88,'ALTER VIEW', 91,'CREATE FUNCTION', 92,'ALTER FUNCTION', 93,'DROP FUNCTION', 94,'CREATE PACKAGE', 95,'ALTER PACKAGE', 96,'DROP PACKAGE', 97,'CREATE PACKAGE BODY', 98,'ALTER PACKAGE BODY', 99,'DROP PACKAGE BODY', 'Unknown') Command FROM V$SESSION ORDER BY 5,11;

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This was first published in December 2001

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