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We normally run many Scheduled Processes in fusion. some of them to keep the users in sync, updating the search keywords, sending pending ldap requests, refresh manger hierarchy, etc to name a few.
If you are really interested in finding out the underlying tables which gets impacted by these processes, you can run the below query immediately after the process runs to success and check the tables for change in inserts/updates/deletes count.
Select * from all_tab_modifications order by timestamp desc
Sample result will look like:
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