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Table Refresh Using EXPDP-IMPDP Datapump Command 0 (0)

Step by Step guide for Table Refresh using DataPump Utility Oracle Data Pump is a high-speed data movement utility provided by Oracle (10g onwards). It’s an extension to the old EXP and IMP utility with improved performance and enhanced security features. Requirement of Table refresh: Table refresh is a common task that is quite often […]

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Full Database Refresh Using EXPDP-IMPDP Datapump command 5 (4)

Step by Step guide for Full Database Refresh using DataPump Utility Oracle Data Pump is a high-speed data movement utility provided by Oracle (10g onwards). It’s an extension to the old EXP and IMP utility with improved performance and enhanced security features. Here we are performing a full database refresh activity using Datapump: PARAMETERS SOURCE […]

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How To Recover Table from Drop/Truncate/Delete done on Primary using Flashback on a Standby 5 (3)

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How to find Privileges on Directory in Oracle 5 (1)

Find Privileges on Directory in Oracle Oracle has introduced the concept of DIRECTORY which is a type of object and introduced in Oracle version 8.0. DIRECTORY is a logical structure that presents a physical directory on the database server’s file system.DIRECTORY  can be used in DATAPUMP, PL/SQL block, UTL_FILE packages, etc In Oracle. Below is […]

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Schema Refresh Using EXPDP-IMPDP command 5 (2)

Step by Step guide for Schema Refresh using DataPump Utility Oracle Data Pump is a high-speed data movement utility provided by Oracle (10g onwards). It’s an extension to the old EXP and IMP utility with improved performance and enhanced security features. Here we are performing a schema refresh activity using Datapump: PARAMETERS SOURCE TARGET DATABASE […]

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