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3.67 ALL_SERVICES → ALL_SERVICES displays all services in the database. The view excludes rows marked for deletion
5.316 DBA_SERVICES → columns are the same as those in ALL_SERVICES. See Also: \" ALL_SERVICES \"
2.8.3 Database Service Data Dictionary Views → information about database services in the following views: DBA_SERVICES ALL_SERVICES or V$SERVICES V … DBA_THRESHOLDS The ALL_SERVICES view includes a GLOBAL_SERVICE column, and the V$SERVICES and V
18.10.5 Setting the Edition Attribute of a Database Service → column in the ALL_SERVICES view or the DBA_SERVICES view.
42.5.1 About Services Associated with PDBs → connection is the PDB. You can view the PDB property for a service by querying the ALL_SERVICES data
Contents → ALL_SEC_RELEVANT_COLS 3.65 ALL_SECONDARY_OBJECTS 3.66 ALL_SEQUENCES 3.67 ALL_SERVICES 3.68 ALL_SOURCE 3.69
srvctl modify service → service with the specified PDB. You can view the PDB property for a service by querying the ALL_SERVICES
Syntax and Parameters → specified PDB. You can view the PDB property for a service by querying the ALL_SERVICES data dictionary
Setting up TimesTen Cache in an Oracle RAC environment → AQ_HA_NOTIFICATIONS column of the Oracle Database ALL_SERVICES view to YES. See Oracle Database PL/SQL