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Snippet Name: DBA triggers

Description: Returns Trigger details.

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Highlight Mode: PLSQL
Last Modified: March 01st, 2009

SET linesize 132;
col trigger_name format a20;
col when_clause format a40;
break ON trigger_name;
SELECT trigger_name,trigger_type,triggering_event,table_name,when_clause,trigger_body
FROM sys.dba_triggers
WHERE owner = UPPER('&1');

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