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if i lost my all control files can i restore my database

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if i lost my all control files can i restore my database and how
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Yes.  There is a create controlfile command you can use to rebuild them.

The major issue with it is you MUST know ALL of your datafiles.  If you miss one, you7ll have problems.

On mobile so cannot provide the doc link.
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Thanks!  :)
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