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    When data was last updated?

    I wish to find out when my tables were last updated. Does monitoring on a table give you that? This is not last ddl date. Rather last DML time.
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    Tuma
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    auditing will tell you

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    Using LOGMINER you can find out when the table was last updated.

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    As a quick check, you can query ORA_ROWSCN from the table itself. The SCN can be converted to a timestamp with SCN_TO_TIMESTAMP.

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    Hi,

    You can write a Trigger, which will update a column in the same table.......
    say LUT column.......

    Thx
    sunil

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    thanks for the ideas..Much appreciated..
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    Quote Originally Posted by ebrian
    As a quick check, you can query ORA_ROWSCN from the table itself. The SCN can be converted to a timestamp with SCN_TO_TIMESTAMP.

    good one..
    funky...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ebrian
    As a quick check, you can query ORA_ROWSCN from the table itself. The SCN can be converted to a timestamp with SCN_TO_TIMESTAMP.
    As far as I remember this (SCN_TO_TIMESTAMP) works only for the last 5 days.
    Also if ROWDEPENDENCIES is not enabled you will not see when a specific row but only when something within the DB block has been modified the last time.

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