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how to use remap_schema and limit the import to a single user

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Using oracle 11gR2 on windows server 2003r2.

Trying to import a schema into a different schema name:

impdp system/password@database REMAP_SCHEMA=olduser:newuser directory=DATA_PUMP_DIR dumpfile=dumpfile.dmpdp logfile=impdp.log

When I run this, it looks like it's trying to import ALL the data, not just the olduser data (into newuser).

What is my impdp command missing?

Thanks.
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Add: schemas=olduser
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thanks!
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