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View → Allows the administrator to view the event, inspect event properties, and receive notifications.
View → Allows the administrator to view the job and inspect job properties.
View → Active only when HTML is selected as the file format, allows you to view the generated HTML table through the default browser for your system.
ALTER VIEW → Purpose Use the ALTER VIEW statement to explicitly recompile a view that is invalid. Explicit … recompilation lets you locate recompilation errors before run time. You may want to recompile a view … explicitly after altering one of its base tables to ensure that the alteration does not affect the view … or other
MGW_LINKS View → This view lists the names and types of messaging system links currently defined. Table 31-38
CREATE VIEW → Purpose Use the CREATE VIEW statement to define a view, which is a logical table based on one or … more tables or views. A view contains no data itself. The tables upon which a view is based are called … base tables. You can also create an object view or a relational view that supports
MGW_GATEWAY View → This view lists configuration and status information for Messaging Gateway, as shown in Table 31-37
MGW_SUBSCRIBERS View → This view lists configuration and status information for Messaging Gateway subscribers. The view
View Hierarchies → An object view can be created as a subview of another object view. The type of the superview must … be the immediate supertype of the type of the object view being created. Thus, you can build an … object view hierarchy which has a one-to-one correspondence to the type hierarchy. This does not imply … that every
View Menu → The View menu lets you alter the display of Oracle Workflow Builder. F ont-- Displays the Fonts … the View menu to determine the location and name of the log file. L og -> Bring to F ront-- Brings
oramts_2pc_pending View → The view oramts_2pc_pending is created by executing oramtsadmin.sql. oramts_2pc_pending shows in … -doubt transactions in the database server. This view consists of the following columns: Formatid This
MGW_SCHEDULES View → This view lists configuration and status information for Messaging Gateway schedules. The view
DROP VIEW → Purpose Use the DROP VIEW statement to remove a view or an object view from the database. You can … change the definition of a view by dropping and re-creating it. See Also: CREATE VIEW for information … on creating a view ALTER VIEW for information on modifying a view
View Security → tables from which the view is derived. DML object privileges for tables can be applied similarly to … views. Privileges Required to Create Views To create a view, you must meet the following requirements … role: The CREATE VIEW system privilege (to create a view in your schema) The CREATE ANY VIEW system
View Constraints → You can create constraints on views. The only type of constraint supported on a view is a RELY … , and the DBA thus needs to define the data relationships between views rather than tables. View
ALL_OLAP_ALTER_SESSION View → Contents Index Master Index Feedback View PDF ALL_OLAP_ALTER_SESSION View ALL_OLAP_ALTER_SESSION is … the public synonym for V$OLAP_ALTER_SESSION, which is a view for the OLAP$ALTER_SESSION table. The … view and table are owned by the SYS user. Each row of ALL_OLAP_ALTER_SESSION identifies a role and a
MGW_MQSERIES_LINKS View → This view lists information for the MQSeries messaging system links. The view includes most of the
MGW_FOREIGN_QUEUES View → This view lists information for foreign queues. The view includes most of the queue properties
WM_INSTALLATION View → The new WM_INSTALLATION metadata view contains information about the installed release of Workspace Manager. This view is described in Chapter 3.