A few months ago I remember seeing a script that enabled the removal of
redundant rows in a table. Can someone please forward or point me to such a

I have an Oracle Names server that stores the database connect descriptors
in a table within the Region Database. I've loaded these connect descriptors
from many SQLNET.ora files throughout the enterprise. My problem is that
there exists duplicates from the multiple SQLNET.ora files. I really want to
clean this up so that only one entry per connect descriptor exists. I think
that a generic script for any table will work in this situation.

Ed Haskins
Oracle DBA
Verizon Wireless

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