Is there any method of selecting all the rows from all the tables of one particular user? Column names are the same in all the tables.
You'll have to do some coding to do this. There is no single query which can query all rows from all tables a user owns. So you'll have to use SQL to dynamically create an SQL script for you. Try the following:
spool get_all_rows.sql SELECT 'SELECT * FROM '||table_name||';' FROM dba_tables WHERE owner='MY_USER'; spool offAfter this runs, just run the script that you created as follows:
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