All data in database is stored in table to include user data & Data Dictionary - Oracle Tables

Q.  All data in a database is stored in a table to include user data and the Data Dictionary.
- Published on 03 Aug 15

a. True
b. False

ANSWER: True
 

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  • Nirja Shah   -Posted on 01 Sep 15
    - The data dictionary is structured in tables and views, just like other database data.

    - All the data dictionary tables and views for a given database are stored in that database's SYSTEM tablespace.

    - Not only is the data dictionary central to every Oracle database, it is an important tool for all users, from end users to application designers and database administrators.

    - To access the data dictionary, you use SQL statements.

    - Because the data dictionary is read-only, you can issue only queries (SELECT statements) against the tables and views of the data dictionary.

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