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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.

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Thanks!  :)
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