Getting Oracle Parameters: Hidden and Unhidden

Today’s post is a quick post!
Very quick post! very very quick post!
But it’s a helpful post!

Connected as sys with sysdba:

select x.ksppinm name,
ksppdesc description,
y.kspftctxvl value,
y.kspftctxdf isdefault,
decode(bitand(y.kspftctxvf, 7), 1,'MODIFIED',4,'SYSTEM_MOD','FALSE') ismod, decode(bitand(y.kspftctxvf, 2), 2, 'TRUE', 'FALSE') isadj
from sys.x$ksppi x, sys.x$ksppcv2 y
where x.inst_id = userenv('Instance')
and y.inst_id = userenv('Instance')
and x.indx + 1 = y.kspftctxpn
order by name;

Matheus.

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