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What Is Recycle Bin?

Recycle bin is a logical storage to hold the tables that have been dropped from the database, in case it was dropped in error. Tables in recycle bin can be recovered back into database by the Flashback Drop action. Oracle database recycle save the same purpose as the recycle bin on your Windows desktop.

Recycle bin can be turned on or off in the recyclebin=on/off in your parameter file.

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  1. What Is a Database Table?
  2. How Many Types of Tables Supported by Oracle?
  3. How To Create a New Table in Your Schema?
  4. How To Create a New Table by Selecting Rows from Another Table?
  5. How To Rename an Existing Table?
  6. How To Drop an Existing Table?
  7. How To Add a New Column to an Existing Table?
  8. How To Add a New Column to an Existing Table with a Default Value?
  9. How To Rename a Column in an Existing Table?
  10. How To Delete a Column in an Existing Table?
  11. How To View All Columns in an Existing Table?
  12. How To Recover a Dropped Table?
  13. What Is Recycle Bin?
  14. How To Turn On or Off Recycle Bin for the Instance?
  15. How To View the Dropped Tables in Your Recycle Bin?
  16. How To Empty Your Recycle Bin?
  17. How To Turn On or Off Recycle Bin for the Session?
  18. How To List All Tables in Your Schema?

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