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I have a CDR schema and I want to get the scripts of all the objects which
includes tables, views, jobs, sequences packages, procedures , functions, mview
etc., anythng that are on that schema

Is there any way I can get this done thru TOAD?


Please respond asap

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slightwv (䄆 Netminder) earned 125 total points
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Check out:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Database/Oracle/Q_24037756.html

if you're using version 9.6 then follow these steps...

1. Select Database Menu Option
2. Database Menu -> Export -> generate schema scripts

3. in rhs window choose select the schema and then press the green play button

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Am using 9.6.1.. Let me try the option what you have said
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Is there any option that I can get all the scripts of the Tables separately , views separately, packages separately instead of everythng combined
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Also, for some schemas I am not able to generate script. Is this a privilege issue. If so, can anyone suggest what kind of privilege do I need?

Quick reply is appreciated!
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check this link hope this will give you an idea on your queries :

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Database/Oracle/10.x/Q_24142724.html

you can choose individually for each option by selecting them while generating the DDLs.
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Sorry not on export  DDL  but on Generate schema script.
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I am able to generate schema script from TOAD and it is quite helpful. Is there anyway that I can get each of the procedures/functions/views scripts separately generated thru TOAD?

Quick reply is appreciated
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by:slightwv (䄆 Netminder)
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Sorry, I'm not a Toad user.  I suggest you refer to the help section of Toad for assistance.

You can also click the 'Request Attention' link above and as the Moderators to see if they can locate q Toad Expert to offer more help.
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I think I got it. I used

In ‘Generate Schema Script’, there is an option ‘Create Individual Object DDL Files’.   This will create separate files for each object.


This works thru TOAD !
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Resolved the issue!
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