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I am not able to recover dropped table

Mahtab Alam
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Joined: Mar 28, 2012
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I am not able to recover the dropped table.
It seems that it directly drops the table altogether from the disk rather than saving it in the recycle bin.

I have recycle bin set to on.Still it doesn`t save my dropped tables to recyclebin.How can i recover my dropped tables.
When i try to flashback table it results in error saying object does not exists i the recyclebin.

here is what i am trying to do in my sql * PLUS release:

connect system/aaa;

create table example(id number);

drop table example;

flashback table example to before drop;
errorbject does not exists in recyclebin

I have tried from other than system account but get the same result. , Oracle Java Programmer , Oracle SQL Expert , Oracle Java Web Component Developer
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