3.17 ALL_PROCEDURES

ALL_PROCEDURES lists all functions and procedures that are accessible to the current user, along with associated properties. For example, ALL_PROCEDURES indicates whether or not a function is pipelined, parallel enabled or an aggregate function. If a function is pipelined or an aggregate function, the associated implementation type (if any) is also identified.

Related Views

  • DBA_PROCEDURES lists all functions and procedures available in the database, along with associated properties.

  • USER_PROCEDURES lists all functions and procedures owned by the current user, along with associated properties. It does not contain the OWNER column.

Column Datatype NULL Description

OWNER

VARCHAR2(128)

Owner of the procedure

OBJECT_NAME

VARCHAR2(128)

Name of the object: top-level function, procedure, or package name

PROCEDURE_NAME

VARCHAR2(128)

Name of the procedure

OBJECT_ID

NUMBER

Object number of the object

SUBPROGRAM_ID

NUMBER

Unique subprogram identifier

OVERLOAD

VARCHAR2(40)

Overload unique identifier

OBJECT_TYPE

VARCHAR2(13)

The typename of the object

AGGREGATE

VARCHAR2(3)

Indicates whether the procedure is an aggregate function (YES) or not (NO)

PIPELINED

VARCHAR2(3)

Indicates whether the procedure is a pipelined table function (YES) or not (NO)

IMPLTYPEOWNER

VARCHAR2(128)

Owner of the implementation type, if any

IMPLTYPENAME

VARCHAR2(128)

Name of the implementation type, if any

PARALLEL

VARCHAR2(3)

Indicates whether the procedure or function is parallel-enabled (YES) or not (NO)

INTERFACE

VARCHAR2(3)

YES, if the procedure/function is a table function implemented using the ODCI interface; otherwise NO

DETERMINISTIC

VARCHAR2(3)

YES, if the procedure/function is declared to be deterministic; otherwise NO

AUTHID

VARCHAR2(12)

Indicates whether the procedure/function is declared to execute as DEFINER or CURRENT_USER (invoker)

RESULT_CACHEFoot 1

VARCHAR2(3)

Indicates whether the function is result–cached (YES) or not (NO)

ORIGIN_CON_ID

VARCHAR2(256)

The ID of the container where the data originates. Possible values include:

  • 0: This value is used for rows in non-CDBs. This value is not used for CDBs.

  • n: This value is used for rows containing data that originate in the container with container ID n (n = 1 if the row originates in root)

Footnote 1

This column is available starting with Oracle Database 12c Release 2 (12.2.0.1).

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