oracle 9i it is possible we creates some files or inserting values in that particular tables?

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In Oracle 9i it is possible we creates some files or inserting values in that particular tables? how can data stored in database files? when after few days if we want to see that files it will see that ? It is executing that files? where it stored in that table it is some specific folder will create for storing that file or any thing?

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ASKED: August 6, 2010  11:17 AM
UPDATED: August 9, 2010  2:20 PM

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I’m not sure to understand what you are asking, but in Oracle, the physical files used to store the data are called DATAFILEs. They could be located in any folder, but in ‘default’ installations they are inside a directory called ‘oradata’ inside the oracle home.

These files can only be accessed by the DBMS. You cannot read or write data from/to them manually.

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