Space Consumption by Schemas

Hi All,
How do I determine space consumption of each schema present in my DB's ? Is there any tool or any Query that can perform this task ?

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Hi All,
How do I determine space consumption of each schema present in my DB's ? Is there any tool or any Query that can perform this task ?
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    Edited by: Daljit on Jul 9, 2009 11:50 AM

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  • What is difference between table space and shchema

    what is difference between table space and shchema ?

    784633 wrote:
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    Edited by: Raffaele Pezone on Dec 1, 2009 4:25 PM
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    SLDEF:  PSAP<sid><rel>, PSAP<sid><rel>
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