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I'm a SQL Server DBA, and I like to mess around with Oracle here and there.

I can see with select * from information_Schema.columns everything about a table (everything that I need now).

Is there a way to list these informations on a Oracle Schema?

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The equivalent in Oracle is user_tab_columns for tables owned by the current user or all_tab_columns for tables accessible to the current user.

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In Oracle, you can view such information in Data Dictionary and Dynamic Performance Views.

For information about table columns, you can use the view DBA_TAB_COLS.

select * from dba_tab_cols;
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  • Regular users typically do not have access to DBA_xxx views – a_horse_with_no_name Dec 4 '18 at 12:43

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