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Imp & exp in databse in unix

Posted on 2003-11-21
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hi
i m having oracle 8i version on unix platform.
now i want to export & imp database .

I am aware imp & exp command on dos promt.
But don't know in unix.

Pls tell me asap.

Thank u
sameer
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Logon as oracle user. In many cases it is the user "oracle"
This user has to have in his PATH envirinment variable path to $Oracle_home\bin directory where Import (imp) and Export (exp) utilities resides.

Run it so:
% exp
% imp

where % is the Unix prompt.
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by:seazodiac
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In a nutshell, they are used in the same way as in Windows.
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Hi,

I have a value 1238.50 in a field say SALARY in a table say EMP. Now I want two things:

1)  I want to search the tables which are also having this same field SALARY.
2)  I want tables which are having value 1238.50, no matter fielad name is same or not.

Thanks in anticipation.
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by:baonguyen1
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Need help on exp/imp, from Unix prompt:

-Log on as oracle user
-Issue:

$exp help=y
or
$imp help=y
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