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Re: Moving files from Oracle

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Date: Fri, 22 Sep 2000 13:59:08 +0200
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Not good with PL/SQL myself but I think you can call an external procedure to do the moving from within PL/SQL

Jack on 09/22/2000 11:45:31 AM

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Dear List,

     This is regarding moving files to a different server. We have some background processes scheduled that writes data into file from the DB. This you know is possible in the path where Oracle has write access. Now my problem is that I need to transfer these files to a different location could b e in another server as soon as the process completes the file writing. Is it possible to do this from the PL/sql code. If so how to do this?


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