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Re: How to find Procs run?

From: Scott Shafer <>
Date: Fri, 31 Aug 2001 09:46:01 -0700
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You need more specific requirements. If they want to monitor certain actions on certain tables, I would think you could put a trigger(s) on the tables and log the action taken. This would (likely?) allow you to infer what procedure did what to what table.

(Say that last sentence 10 times fast ;-P)

Scott Shafer
San Antonio, TX

Scott Canaan wrote:
> First, I will say that I will contribute something to keep this list
> alive. I have benefitted way more from the list than I have given.
> With that said, I have a request from a customer to do a weekly
> report on which stored procedures are run and by whom. I have been
> looking in v_$sql, v_$sqlarea, v_$session, etc. and am having some
> limited success. The problem is that Oracle doesn't seem to keep any
> history of what happened in the past, only what the system looks like
> now. I also tried to create a table to hold the information and have a
> trigger on one of these views (I also tried the underlying tables), but
> Oracle won't let me create a trigger on any of these.
> I don't know where else to go, and I hate to tell a customer that I
> can't do it, but I'm out of ideas. Anyone here have any?
> Thank you,
> --
> Scott Canaan (
> (716) 475-7886

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