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30.90.1.Check user_objects for object name
30.90.2.Check the package status in user_objects
30.90.3.Check function/procedure status
30.90.4.Check the status for all stored procedures is by using the Oracle data dictionary view USER_OBJECTS
30.90.5.Get invalid table objects by joining user_segments and user_objects
30.90.6.Get all invalid user objects in user_objects table
30.90.7.Create drop command by query the user_objects table
30.90.8.Create grant permission command by querying user_objects table
30.90.9.Query user_objects for all packages, procedures and functions

30.90.10.Query user_objects for user-defined data type
30.90.11.Recompile all invalid package
30.90.12.Query user_objects for all java classes
30.90.13.Query user_objects for all PL/SQL code
30.90.14.Get Object id from user_objects
30.90.15.Join sys.col$ and user_objects
30.90.16.Query user_objects for object status
30.90.17.Query user_objects for your functions and procedures
30.90.18.User and its average object id
30.90.19.Show the procedure is marked invalid **

30.90.20.Behavior of dependent objects.
30.90.21.Finding, Validating, and Describing Packages
30.90.22.If procedure is valid