The screenshot shows the Database Locks page. At the top of the page, on the left-hand side, is the View action list, with the value Blocking Locks selected. At the top of the page, on the right-hand side, is the page refresh date and time, followed by a Refresh button.

At the top of the Database locks table are 4 buttons: Kill Session, Session Details, View Objects, and View SQL. The table has 16 columns. They are, from left to right: Select, Username, Sessions Blocked, Session ID, Serial Number, Process ID, SQL Hash Value, Lock Type, Mode Held, Mode Requested, Object Type, Object Owner, Object Name, ROWID, and Time in current mode (seconds). The table displayed in the screenshot has 5 rows. The rows contain the following values, from left to right:

Below the table is the following text: "TIP A locked session is indented below the session blocking it"

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