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    date of last rebuild of index

    Is there any system table that records the date of last rebuild of index?
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    dba_objects, last_ddl_time
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    Quote Originally Posted by PAVB View Post
    dba_objects, last_ddl_time
    Thanks mate. Though not exact but it will suffice for my task. I forgot it almost.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mahajanakhil198 View Post
    Though not exact
    not exact for an index?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PAVB View Post
    not exact for an index?
    I meant that it tells only the last DDL (which could be any DDL and not the index rebuild DDL). But it would server my purpose as there are only rebuild scripts issued on indexes here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mahajanakhil198 View Post
    I meant that it tells only the last DDL (which could be any DDL and not the index rebuild DDL). But it would server my purpose as there are only rebuild scripts issued on indexes here.
    Exactly - May be I'm a little slow today but can't think on any ddl affecting an existing index that wouldn't relate to create or rebuild.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PAVB View Post
    Exactly - May be I'm a little slow today but can't think on any ddl affecting an existing index that wouldn't relate to create or rebuild.
    Hmm... I thought that 'coalesce' should also be the one but it is not as I just tried it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mahajanakhil198 View Post
    Hmm... I thought that 'coalesce' should also be the one but it is not as I just tried it.
    coalesce isnt DDL

    have a read of the concepts guide

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    Quote Originally Posted by davey23uk View Post
    coalesce isnt DDL

    have a read of the concepts guide
    I have also read the Course books by Oracle. Probably, I didn't find anywhere that 'alter index ... coalesce' is not a DDL.

    But it does say that alter statement is a DDL and if 'coalesce' is not a DDL, then it is not mentioned anywhere there. Though, it's a good learn this thing.
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