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Oracle® Database Reference
11g Release 2 (11.2)

Part Number E17110-04
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DBA_REGISTRY

DBA_REGISTRY displays information about all components in the database that are loaded into the component registry. The component registry tracks components that can be separately loaded into the Oracle Database. When a SQL script loads the PL/SQL packages and other database objects for a component into the database, the script uses the DBMS_REGISTRY package to record the component name, status, and version. If scripts are used to upgrade/downgrade the dictionary elements for the component, then those scripts also use the DBMS_REGISTRY package to provide status and version information.

Related View

USER_REGISTRY displays information about the components owned by the current user that are loaded into the component registry.

Column Datatype NULL Description
COMP_ID VARCHAR2(30) NOT NULL Component identifier
COMP_NAME VARCHAR2(255)   Component name
VERSION VARCHAR2(30)   Component version loaded
STATUS VARCHAR2(11)   Component status:
  • INVALID

  • VALID

  • LOADING

  • LOADED

  • UPGRADING

  • UPGRADED

  • DOWNGRADING

  • DOWNGRADED

  • REMOVING

  • REMOVED

MODIFIED VARCHAR2(20)   Time when the component was last modified
NAMESPACE VARCHAR2(30) NOT NULL Component namespace
CONTROL VARCHAR2(30) NOT NULL User that created the component entry
SCHEMA VARCHAR2(30) NOT NULL User that contains the objects for the component
PROCEDURE VARCHAR2(61)   Validation procedure
STARTUP VARCHAR2(8)   Indicates whether the component requires a startup after the upgrade (REQUIRED) or not
PARENT_ID VARCHAR2(30)   Parent component identifier

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