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SQL for comparing OLTP vs OLAP -(Source-OLTP) and Target-OLAP

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I am trying to write a SQL query to compare two databases OLTP and OLAP to get the table counts eg:
we have table name W_ACT in OLAP database where count is 2500, we need to see what is the count for same table in OLTP(S_ACT).we have a long list of table counts I was wondering if some one could help me in genrating those counts all at once.

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analyze the tables in both databases and query the catalog


insert into some_table
select
  (select instance_name from v$instance) db_name,
table_name, num_rows, sysdate from dba_tables@oltp
;
commit;

insert into some_table
select
  (select instance_name from v$instance) db_name,
table_name, num_rows, sysdate from dba_tables@olap
;
commit;


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