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Disc Space (Memory) Available

Mathews P Srampikal
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How to know the Disc Space (Memory ) Available in Oracle using java....


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Joe Ess
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Knowing that:
1. The Java API does not provide for a disk space query
2. SQL does not provide for a disk space query
I'd say you can't do it. Maybe the Oracle Technology Network can prove me wrong.


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