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How can I export only constraints from existing database w/o other DDLs

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Only want to get the export of Constraints. No create tables, no other objects (pcks, procs...)
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you could try this one:
select dbms_metadata.get_ddl('CONSTRAINT', constraint_name) from all_constraints; (or dba_constraints or user_constraints)

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