select c.owner, c.constraint_name, C.TABLE_NAME,
c.delete_rule, c.r_owner, cc.constraint_name, cc.table_name, cc.constraint_type
from dba_constraints c, dba_constraints cc
where c.r_owner=cc.owner and c.r_constraint_name=cc.constraint_name
and c.OWNER not in ('SYS','SYSTEM','OUTLN','PERFSTAT','WEBSYS','DBSNMP');
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