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Getting structure of a table in query format

Hi,

i want to know, how to get the structure of the table in query
format(create table ...). any one can help me.

bye & thanxs

Siva Prakash. M
Jul 19 '05 #1
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Siva wrote:
Hi,

i want to know, how to get the structure of the table in query
format(create table ...). any one can help me.

bye & thanxs

Siva Prakash. M

Select 'create table '||table_name|| '...'
from user_tablea, user_columns, ...

Read the data dictionary view definitions (SQL manual)

--
Regards, Frank van Bortel

Jul 19 '05 #2
If you're on 9i, look up how to use the package DBMS_METADATA ("desc
DBMS_METADATA from SQL*Plus).

Daniel
Hi,

i want to know, how to get the structure of the table in query
format(create table ...). any one can help me.

bye & thanxs

Siva Prakash. M

Jul 19 '05 #3

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