Oracle Data Pump is a set of command line utilities and PL/SQL packages for moving data and metadata between Oracle databases.

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Can we reuse a .dmp file(expdp) to perform import using data pump utility

I'm an accidental DBA. We use Oracle 11g database. I had to do a database refresh in the test environment. I created a .dmp file using expdp command and performed an import using impdp command a week ...
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Oracle Data Pump Import imports no records

When we do an Oracle Data Pump import of our database, it runs without significant errors. However, on one table Oracle reports that 0 records have been imported. Processing object type ...
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Oracle 11.2 restore DB to a specific point

I should execute following tasks: 1. test system and during test change Oracle data and Create New/Remove Old datafiles and tablespace. 2. at the end of test rollback to behviour before of point 1. ...
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Is it possible to drop export some shema without data and the other with data

I have oracle 11G R2 under RHEL 6.3 test is the name of the database, the database contain 12 custom schema, sch1,sch2,...,sch12. is it possible to create database backup using datapump method that ...
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Oracle Data Pump Import with running advanced replication

In our system we have a running advanced replication between two databases(11g release 2) and want to use pump import to import a backup on one site. However the imported data is not replicated to the ...
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Using Oracle Datapump when target table has additional column

Table 1 has 5 columns. Table 2 has the same 5 columns, plus an additional non-nullable column. I would like to use datapump to copy the data from Table 1 to Table 2. In Sql Server, I can use bcp and ...
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Oracle error: UDI-00018: Data Pump client is incompatible with database version 11.01.00.06.00

I'm trying to use data pump to move the database to a different server with this command: impdp dbuser/dbpsw@dbserver directory=data_pump_dir network_link=sourceDB schemas=EMP But I got this error: ...
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Permissions needed to call DBMS_DATAPUMP from within package

I am attempting to write a procedure (within a package) that calls DBMS_DATAPUMP to copy an existing schema into a different schema. The code works when executed from an anonymous block, but from a ...
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ORA-39165 Schema was not found in export

I'm getting the following error on a data pump export: ORA-39165: Schema OFDAT was not found. First I verified that I had full export permission: GRANT EXPORT FULL DATABASE TO OFDAT; Then I ...
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Oracle 10g dump file into Oracle 11g database

I went through this link for my answer to the same question. I was not sure if i could continue in the same link, so created a new question. Oracle 10g dump file push into Oracle 11g database Sorry ...
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Oracle dbms_datapump removes dumpfile after succesful import

I'm working on a PLSQL script to import a Oracle datapump dumpfile using the dbms_datapump package. Each time the script has succesfully imported the contents of the dumpfile I notice that the ...
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data pump error

I have 2 database in the same host. JDETST (for test) JDEPRD (for production) JDETST is a old copy of JDEPRD (now with different data but non parameter) If i do an export of JDEPRD: export ...
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Partition table data into dump files in a single command

I have a fairly large table of spatial data. Because it is spatial data, I have discovered that data pump uses a very large amount of space to import it. (I have seen it use approximately 40 GB of ...
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Importing dump file contents to another DB with different schema using Oracle Data Pump

I asked this question in stackoverflow but no one was able to answer it so am trying my luck here if anyone knew what am talking about. Here is the link original question. What i wanted to do is to ...
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Using environment variables in data pump query

I have been trying to use data pump (expdp and impdp) in order to retrieve some data from a database to import it into another. I am using the expdp using the table and the query parameters in order ...
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Oracle Datapump: modify fully qualified objects when cloning a schema

I am confronted with a problem for which I have not found an elegant solution: I need to clone a schema within the same database, so I use datapump's remap_schema import parameter. The problem is ...
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ORA-01115 error with data pump export [closed]

I exported DMP file but the end of the logfile displays this message: 0 rows ORA-31694: master table "CREG_OP"."EXPDP_TAMIN" failed to load/unload ORA-02354: error in exporting/importing data ...
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How to find the schema name of a data pump dmp file?

I have been given a DMP data pump export file to import into my local Oracle instance. I've tried running this command line: impdp full=Y directory=DATA_PUMP_DIR dumpfile=MyDumpFile.dmp ...
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Oracle out-of-place upgrade on same host: impdp issues

I am testing an out-of-place Oracle upgrade from 11.2.0.2 to 11.2.0.3 on the same host. From what I've read, expdp and impdp is the way to go. My problem is that since I am importing to another ...
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Comments in EXPDB parameter file

Is there a way to put comments in a data pump export parameter file?
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How can a datapump export have its resource usage limited on windows?

Doing an export of a number of users causes high CPU and I/O usage. I can mitigate the effects of the CPU usage using Resource Manager and setting the export session to a low priority group, but how ...
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How can a datapump export have its resource usage limited on linux?

Doing an export of a number of users causes high CPU and I/O usage. I can mitigate the effects of the CPU usage using Resource Manager and setting the export session to a low priority group, but how ...