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hi everyone

how to get client's computer name from whr the DML query was fired?

its urgent.........plzzz help


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select sys_context('USERENV','TERMINAL') from dual;

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hi andy :-)

thnx for the reply

actually i want to write a Trigger in which i want to track the Computer name and Username from whr the DML query was fired on a particular Table.

thnx in advance

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