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utility that I will run daily to copy data from 10g to 8i

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utility that I will run daily to copy data from 10g to 8i? any ideas
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easiest is copy across database link


insert into your_8i_table(col1,col2,col3) select * from your_10g_table@your_10g_db_link where .....

if not that, then export (with 8i exp) then import (with 8i imp)
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What data?  Entire tables, parts of tables?

Are the databases on the same network?

If so, you might also look at the sqlplus COPY command.  This doesn't require a database link.
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