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2.80 ALL_DB_LINKS → ALL_DB_LINKS describes the database links accessible to the current user. Related Views
4.161 DBA_DB_LINKS → the same as those in ALL_DB_LINKS. See Also: \" ALL_DB_LINKS \"
6.343 USER_DB_LINKS → those in ALL_DB_LINKS except that it does not have the OWNER column. It also displays an additional … maintained for backward compatibility only. See Also: \" ALL_DB_LINKS \"
32.5.1 Determining Which Links Are in the Database → … ALL_DB_LINKS Lists all database links accessible to the connected user. USER_DB_LINKS Lists all database … with additional privileges can use the ALL_DB_LINKS or DBA_DB_LINKS view. The following script queries
31.2.7 Types of Database Links → Private User who created the link. View ownership data through: DBA_DB_LINKS ALL_DB_LINKS
CREATE DATABASE LINK → existing database links in the ALL_DB_LINKS, DBA_DB_LINKS, and USER_DB_LINKS data dictionary views
Examining Available Database Links → database. The USER_DB_LINKS view shows the database links that are defined for a user. The ALL_DB_LINKS
Examining Available Database Links → , those accessible to the current Oracle user. The ALL_DB_LINKS data dictionary views show all accessible (public and private) database links.