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12c Release 1 (12.1)

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ALL_TRIGGERS

ALL_TRIGGERS describes the triggers on tables accessible to the current user. If the user has the CREATE ANY TRIGGER privilege, then this view describes all triggers in the database.

Related Views

Column Datatype NULL Description
OWNER VARCHAR2(128)   Owner of the trigger
TRIGGER_NAME VARCHAR2(128)   Name of the trigger
TRIGGER_TYPE VARCHAR2(16)   When the trigger fires:
  • BEFORE STATEMENT

  • BEFORE EACH ROW

  • AFTER STATEMENT

  • AFTER EACH ROW

  • INSTEAD OF

  • COMPOUND

TRIGGERING_EVENT VARCHAR2(246)   DML, DDL, or database event that fires the trigger

See Also: Oracle Database PL/SQL Language Reference for additional information about triggers and triggering events.

TABLE_OWNER VARCHAR2(128)   Owner of the table on which the trigger is defined
BASE_OBJECT_TYPE VARCHAR2(18)   Base object on which the trigger is defined:
  • TABLE

  • VIEW

  • SCHEMA

  • DATABASE

TABLE_NAME VARCHAR2(128)   If the base object type of the trigger is SCHEMA or DATABASE, then this column is NULL; if the base object type of the trigger is TABLE or VIEW, then this column indicates the table or view name on which the trigger is defined
COLUMN_NAME VARCHAR2(4000)   Name of the nested table column (if a nested table trigger), else NULL
REFERENCING_NAMES VARCHAR2(422)   Names used for referencing OLD and NEW column values from within the trigger
WHEN_CLAUSE VARCHAR2(4000)   Must evaluate to TRUE for TRIGGER_BODY to execute
STATUS VARCHAR2(8)   Indicates whether the trigger is enabled (ENABLED) or disabled (DISABLED); a disabled trigger will not fire
DESCRIPTION VARCHAR2(4000)   Trigger description; useful for re-creating a trigger creation statement
ACTION_TYPE VARCHAR2(11)   Action type of the trigger body:
  • CALL

  • PL/SQL

TRIGGER_BODY LONG   Statements executed by the trigger when it fires
CROSSEDITION VARCHAR2(7)   Type of crossedition trigger:
  • FORWARD

  • REVERSE

  • NO

BEFORE_STATEMENT VARCHAR2(3)   Indicates whether the trigger has a BEFORE STATEMENT section (YES) or not (NO)
BEFORE_ROW VARCHAR2(3)   Indicates whether the trigger has a BEFORE EACH ROW section (YES) or not (NO)
AFTER_ROW VARCHAR2(3)   Indicates whether the trigger has an AFTER EACH ROW section (YES) or not (NO)
AFTER_STATEMENT VARCHAR2(3)   Indicates whether the trigger has an AFTER STATEMENT section (YES) or not (NO)
INSTEAD_OF_ROW VARCHAR2(3)   Indicates whether the trigger has an INSTEAD OF section (YES) or not (NO)
FIRE_ONCE VARCHAR2(3)   Indicates whether the trigger will fire only for user processes making changes (YES) or whether the trigger will also fire for Streams Apply or SQL Apply processes (NO)
APPLY_SERVER_ONLY VARCHAR2(3)   Indicates whether the trigger will only fire for a Streams Apply or SQL Apply process (YES) or not (NO). If set to YES, then the setting of FIRE_ONCE does not matter.

See Also: the DBMS_DDL.SET_TRIGGER_FIRING_PROPERTY procedure


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