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sachin shinde
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Hello ,
i had a problem with my HDD so i replaced with new HDD now i want to transfer my previous HDD data to new HDD, wht is the procedure. is it possible to transfer like this?
pl help its Urgent.
sachin
Pradeep bhatt
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What has this got to do with JDBC???


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sachin shinde
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Joined: Jul 05, 2001
Posts: 27
sorry !
i forget to mension Oracle8i data which i was using for my program files(tables and table data)
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Mark Spritzler
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This still would be better in the Oracle Forum.
You can use exp and imp to transfer data from one to another
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Michael Finney
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on that note of imp and exp in the context of Oracle 8i (8.1.7):
I have seem the following:
full export
move .dmp file to another machine
full import
errors about tables with $ signs in their names already existing.
How does a person avoid that? Is it harmful?
[ May 29, 2002: Message edited by: Michael Finney ]

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Beksy Kurian
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Import the tables using the ignore=y parameter This will instruct imp to ignore the existence of the objects and to proceed to import the data.
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