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In Oracle PL/SQL, the ALL_REPCATLOG view maintains the information about asynchronous administration requests and error messages that are accessible to the current user. Any message which is raised during request processing is inserted into the ALL_REPCATLOG view. Once the request is terminated successfully without any errors, all the trace messages for the request are removed from the view.

The structure of the data dictionary view is as below.

ID[NUMBER (22)] - Unique ID to identify a report catalog
SOURCE[VARCHAR2 (128)] - Database which raised the request
USERID[VARCHAR2 (30)] - User name which raised the request
TIMESTAMP[ DATE (7)] - Time of request submission
ROLE[ VARCHAR2 (9)] - Determines, if the database is a master site
MASTER[ VARCHAR2 (128)] - Database which processes the request
SNAME[ VARCHAR2 (30)] - Schema of replicated object name, if applicable
REQUEST[ VARCHAR2 (29)] - Name of the requested operation
ONAME[ VARCHAR2 (30)] - Replicated object name, if applicable
TYPE [VARCHAR2 (12)] - Type of replicated object, if applicable
STATUS[ VARCHAR2 (14)] - Status of the request at this database
MESSAGE [VARCHAR2 (200)] - Error message associated with processing the request
ERRNUM [NUMBER (22)] - Oracle error number associated with processing the request
GNAME [VARCHAR2 (30)] - Name of the replicated object group

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