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Depending on the type of the object can be selected from any types of search code according to. Here is a list of the most common, which is available for the object type "Free", which is just one word. So you can search for text in any code. Restriction type "Free", it can only be one word, without delimiters
Here you need to specify connection information to the database, which will be located the ODA repository. When you first connect to the user(repozitory owner) it will be created automatically. This can be a database schema and that has nothing to do with the databases and schemas, which will be investigated after.
The window where you can perform administrative tasks with the repository. The main thing here is done loading objects from the tested applications
You can download Oracle objects from one or more databases. Just specify the name by which the base will be different in the first field and the parameters of a connection to it in the remaining fields. Then you can request downloading from other bases.
Check detail objects dependencies
Check parent objects dependencies
Add objects to the ODA repository
Download Oracle object metadata into the ODA repository
Where does an object look for?
All about the table relation in PL/SQL
Where does the table data use?
A few images
Oracle Form explorer
Oracle Report explorer
Table usage list with context
The Oracle object dependencies offline report
INFORMATICA workflow table dependency
INFORMATICA workflow explorer