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can CONTENT=DATA_ONLY be used in DBMS_DATAPUMP and how?

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Want to use the data pump API with option CONTENT=DATA_ONLY . How to do that?
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If we use impdp utility, we can use the option content=data_only, how to do the same thing with this API
DBMS_DATAPUMP?
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INCLUDE_METADATA parameter corresponds to the command line CONTENT option


DBMS_DATAPUMP.SET_PARAMETER (your_handle,'INCLUDE_METADATA',0);
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note the TRUNCATE vs APPEND options on the TABLE_EXISTS_ACTION
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Excellent!
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