Originally posted by oracbase In Unix, it is also a command called DBV, which requires the DBA to do some re-compiling in order to use it, but no password required.
FYI, password protection of BBED tool is present in Unix version too, from 8.1.6 onwards.
And no, I don't know the password for this tool. And even if I would know it, I wouldn't reveal it over the internet on such discussion forums. I'm sure Oracle Corp has very strong reasons to protect such a powerfull tool from end user (mis)usage. In fact I think it shouldn't even be included in a database software distribution in the first place - obviously they realized it too, so it's not available from 9i on any more.
Jurij Modic ASCII a stupid question, get a stupid ANSI
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