System objects such as system tables, system views, stored procedures, and domains hold information about database objects, and how they are related to each other. System views, procedures, and domains largely support Sybase Transact-SQL compatibility.
Start the database server.
Connect to a database as a user with DBA authority.
Choose File » Configure Owner Filter.
Select SYS, and dbo, and then click OK.
Connect to a database.
Execute a SELECT statement, querying the SYSOBJECT system view for a list of objects.
The following SELECT statement queries the SYSOBJECT system view, and returns the list of all tables and views owned by SYS and dbo. A join is made to the SYSTAB system view to return the object name, and SYSUSER system view to return the owner name.
SELECT b.table_name "Object Name", c.user_name "Owner", b.object_id "ID", a.object_type "Type", a.status "Status" FROM ( SYSOBJECT a JOIN SYSTAB b ON a.object_id = b.object_id ) JOIN SYSUSER c WHERE c.user_name = 'SYS' OR c.user_name = 'dbo' ORDER BY c.user_name, b.table_name;
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