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you can find the list of events under $ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/mesg/oraus.msg.

babu

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From: Paulo Gomes
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Subject: events number and meaning

Hi guys.

Where can i find a list of Oracle Db (8i, 9i and 9iR2) events and menning?

and by the way how can i fire a Stored procedure if a event (ex.: Shutdown or Startup) is ocurring?

Thanks

PG
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