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I recently failed to find a known procedure when searching ALL_PROCEDURES, and on a whim tried DBA_PROCEDURES: lo, there it is. The doc pages (ALL_; DBA_) both say "...lists all functions and procedures along with their associated properties." Oracle seems to have a curious definition of "all".

I'm posting this on DBA rather than SO, though it's a pretty basic question, on the basis that schema management is generally a DBA role rather than a developer role.

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From here

USER_TABLES describes the relational tables owned by the current user.
ALL_TABLES describes the relational tables accessible to the current user.
DBA_TABLES describes all relational tables in the database.

Accessible != all!

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