select WORKSPACE, APPLICATION_ID, TRANSLATABLE_MESSAGE,
LANGUAGE_CODE, MESSAGE_TEXT, LAST_UPDATED_ON, LAST_UPDATED_BY
where LAST_UPDATED_ON is not null;
if you get any rows back, you can notice that the two columns names do not match their real content data type:
LAST_UPDATED_ON contains a user name (VARCHAR2) while LAST_UPDATED_BY contains a date.
Just a minor bug i suppose, but who knows if oracle will keep the view as it is for backward compatibility...
That's all for today.
PS: "svista" in italian sounds like "mistake", whereas "vista" is the translation of view.