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I have a database test1 (10.2.0.3). ASM version is 10.2.0.4

I am building a new server.
-- i have installed the software & ASM version 10.2.0.3
-- i have created a database called test2

I tried to take export of test1 & import in test2. I have got lot of errors.

then I tried, creating DDL's of tablesspaces & users in test1 -- I created them in test2

when I am trying to import the export dump.I am getting lot of errors like object already exists.

am i doing anything wrong here?  can anybody point me to links ??

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by:Praveen Kumar Chandrashekatr
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There is nothing wrong  if u get object already exits.

finally the import should tell that

import was successful with warnings is acceptable.

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by:ramavenkatesa
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can i be assured that i have all the data in the database?? how can I ensure all the data is there in the target db?
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Praveen Kumar Chandrashekatr earned 2000 total points
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you can check total number of tables got imported...

if you are created a log file at the time of import you can check the log file, it gives you all the details....
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