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How to view the 'CREATE DATABASE' script for my database?

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Hi,

I can access my Oracle database by using Toad (v11, Free) and sqlplus.

Is there a way for me to view the 'CREATE DATABASE' script for my database?

Thanks.
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by:VictorTarasov
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No, but you can write script.
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by:Wasim Akram Shaik
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you can view the create scripts for database objects but not for database..

because database is not an object, its a software...!!!

there are many ways for recreating the database.. as expert pratima has said, that could be one of the option

other options can be taking an export/expdp of existing db and import import/impdp in another database..etc.,
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One other option:  Run the database configuration asssitant (DBCA), create a template from an existing database.  Then run through the steps to create a database from the template.

At the end of the process you have the option to save the create scripts instead of actually creating the database.
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