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I've got an Oracle 12c EE database set up on an RDS box with no SSH access. I do, however, have SQL Developer and SQL PLUS tools.

Is there any way I can restore a full backup into this database using these tools (or any other remote management utility)?

  • what is a .bfull backup? – Andrew Brennan Sep 29 '16 at 8:53
  • @AndrewBrennan see my reply to JSapkota below their answer. – Jules Sep 29 '16 at 14:13
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After exchanging several comments I came to know that you have Data Pump file of full database. Anyway you can use the SQL Developer to import export database objects. Just follow the steps:

1) Launch the SQL Developer and go to View menu and click on DBA.

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2) Then add database connection to perform Data Pump operations.

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3) Click on Data Pump and select the appropriate job wizard. enter image description here

4) Right click on Data Pump and Data Pump import wizard. enter image description here

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  • Using DBA Features in SQL Develope

    • This has been hugely helpful already, but I'm looking to restore a database from a .BFULL file which I already have on hand, rather than from a backup of the database I have access to via SQL Developer. (This is part of an extremely awkward migration, which is unfortunately mostly out of my control). As a side note, I'd upvote this if I had the local rep to do so. – Jules Sep 29 '16 at 5:55
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      @Jules: What is .BFULL file? Is that file a Data Pump file? Sorry I couldn't find its meaning. I thought you have full RMAN backup. Its Oracle Backup type or else? – JSapkota Sep 29 '16 at 6:20
    • it's the extension of the file given to me by a client; I'm an extreme Oracle SQL novice, and the only documentation I found online pointed to this being a "full file backup" of an Oracle database. I hadn't heard of this extension before a few days ago myself. – Jules Sep 29 '16 at 14:00
    • The only docs I've found that even contain "bfull" on Oracle's website are for the impdp tool, for what it's worth. – Jules Sep 29 '16 at 14:15

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