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    source code of triggers

    DBAs,

    Right now we don't give the password of schema owner to the developers in our test environment.
    But they have full control in dev.
    The problem is that they always lose track of their triggers deployment verison.
    So, we get a lot of requests that sending the source code of triggers to them so that
    they can compare the source codes between dev and test.

    Is there any good way to let them have a way to see the trigger's source code
    without giving them the password of schema owner?

    Thanks!

    Lily

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    create a view based on user_triggers.

    then tell then to get their source control / cm processes sorted

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    View - DBA_SOURCE

    Create a view on DBA_SOURCE this way you will be able to show them the text associated with the trigger and they can select from this when they need to

    Regards

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    dba_source doesnt have triggers, user_triggers does (like i said before)

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    dba_source does contains trigger body

    Code:
    select text from dba_source where name = 'REPCATLOGTRIG';
    
    TEXT
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    TRIGGER system.repcatlogtrig
    AFTER UPDATE OR DELETE ON system.repcat$_repcatlog
    BEGIN
      sys.dbms_alert.signal('repcatlog_alert', '');
    END;

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    Quote Originally Posted by pando
    dba_source does contains trigger body
    It does since oracle9i (definitely from rel.2, not sure for rel.1). It didn't contain trigger code in 8.1.7 or earlier.
    Jurij Modic
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    Yes, in Oracle 8i, the dba_source does not include the code for triggers. I am working on creating a view for dba_triggers.
    But the trigger_body is a long type.
    It seems that when I use select in sqlplus, it doesn't show the
    whole text. Is there some package I need to use to display a long type column?

    Thanks!

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