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Hi experts,
I' m using windows 2008 for Oracle 11G.

I have two databases in Oracle   one is for production and the other is for development.
I' m trying to take export of schema x  from production DB  and import the export file  in schema Y of development  DB.  I take the export of schema X in production DB successfully. But I try  to make import I get errors,
I use the following command,


expdp X/zzzz schemas=X directory='DATA_PUMP_DIR' dumpfile=exp_normal.dmp logfile=exp_normal.log

impdp Y/aaaa  schemas=X  directory=DATA_PUMP_DIR dumpfile=exp_normal.dmp logfile=imp_normal.log  


What is wrong?
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by:sumit2906
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what is the error you are getting?
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by:mrjoltcola
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Is your DATA_PUMP_DIR the same location between both instances? Usually it is not unless you specifically configured DATA_PUMP_DIR to be shared. If not, make sure to move the dump file from the DATA_PUMP_DIR from the source instance into the correct location for the destination prior to running the import on the destination.

Also please provide errors or screenshots.
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by:orcun_turkec
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DATA_PUMP_DIR   locations are same. I checked it   with the command ' SELECT directory_path
FROM all_directories  WHERE directory_name = 'DATA_PUMP_DIR'; ' .
The errors are Ora-39151   and Ora-31684.  

As I said, I  have two databases in Oracle   one is for production and the other is for development.
I' m trying to take export of schema x  from production DB  and import the export file  in schema Y of development  DB.  There is also  schema X in development DB. That' s why I' m trying to import in Schema Y of the Development DB.  In  schema X of  development DB there are  common objects ( .jobs, procedures, triggers, views  etc.)  with the export file taken from Schema X of  production Db.
Actually, what I want to do is, at least import the tables of Schema X of Production DB  to   Schema Y of the  development DB. This is enough for me. Because I' ll just make a comparison between tables.
How can I do this?


 
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by:orcun_turkec
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In addition to this, there is no table created  in Schema Y of Development DB in order to export tables of schema X of production DB.
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you will have to use REMAP_SCHEMA=X:Y and TABLE_EXISTS_ACTION=REPLACE option:
try this command:
impdp Y/aaaa  schemas=X  directory=DATA_PUMP_DIR dumpfile=exp_normal.dmp logfile=imp_normal.log REMAP_SCHEMA=X:Y TABLE_EXISTS_ACTION=REPLACE
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by:Devinder Singh Virdi
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Basically both Ora errors Ora-39151   and Ora-31684 belongs to object exists.
In your import statement, you are not mentioning where to put all these objects, by default it is trying to put in X schema.
As told by sumit, you need to specify target schema, Also check for tablespaces in target and map if requried.
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by:orcun_turkec
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Thank you very much Sumit2906,

It works.
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