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How to use RMAN to copy database from linux to windows with backupset

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Hello,

           I made a backupset of oracle 10g database on linux using RMAN. Now i want to duplicate this database on windows (XP) with this backupset. Is this possible? Can you tell me the detailed procedure to achive this?

Thank you very much
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to change platforms you'll need to export and import,  create a new database on windows then export (standard or datapump version) from Linux and then import (standard or datapump version) to Windows
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So i cannot use the backupset to restore database on different platform.
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correct
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by:Tolomir
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NACK.

a21821363 comment from sdstuber is right.

---> You cannot do that use instead: exp / imp


Also a knowledge base should keep  I'm sorry Dave, I'm afraid I can't do that answers.


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yes, I think my answer should be accepted even if it wasn't the answer the asker wanted.
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