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scripts - export info party(customer) [message #187828] Tue, 15 August 2006 20:50 Go to next message
gunitzz
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hi all..

i'm just the beginner user in oracle..
but i need to find 'export info party(customer)' scripts..
i don't know how to find it..
can u just give me any idea or suggestion to find that script..

any help is much appreciated...
Re: scripts - export info party(customer) [message #187845 is a reply to message #187828] Wed, 16 August 2006 00:15 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Littlefoot
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I've never heard of such a thing. Which party? What should those scripts do? Are you sure they already exist somewhere, or should you/someone else write them? Is it about Oracle Export utility or spooling the result of a SELECT statement into a file?

Perhaps you'll get a better answer from someone who knows what it is all about, but - as far as I can tell - put "export info party customer" into Google and see what you'll get.
Re: scripts - export info party(customer) [message #187860 is a reply to message #187845] Wed, 16 August 2006 01:06 Go to previous messageGo to next message
gunitzz
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hi..

i already search in google.. as far as i know, in oracle, party means 'customer'(correct if i'm wrong).. .. let say i have a customer info table.. so i need to find script on how to export that table.. actually.. now i learn about database migration..

sorry if my question is not clear.. because my experience in oracle is just about 2 months..
Re: scripts - export info party(customer) [message #187883 is a reply to message #187860] Wed, 16 August 2006 03:49 Go to previous message
Littlefoot
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I believe you'll be interested in reading about Oracle data pump - Export is used to, well, export data, while Import (of course) imports data from previously exported file into the Oracle database.
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