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script for Drop the list of give schema and Import the data for that list of schema.

Posted on 2012-03-30
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please provide me with the shell script to drop the schema and import the data from that  list of schema
Assume the dmp file was copied form production already
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by:slightwv (䄆 Netminder)
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I'm afraid you didn't provide anywhere near enough information.

First: classic impexp or the new datapump expdp/impdp?

A lot also depends if the export was a FULL or not.  Some imports do not re-create the schemas.  If you drop them you would need to re-create them before import.

What exactly are you wanting to do?
What type of export was performed?
What type of import do you want to do?
etc...
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drop user <user name> cascade

create user <user name> identified by <user name>

grant dba to <user name>

then type
imp
in command prompt
give user name and password

then the path of your database backup

thats it.
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by:slightwv (䄆 Netminder)
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>>grant dba to <user name>

I would not suggest this.  DBA is a very powerful role and should only be granted to users that need it.
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by:edreamers
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you will need special role for importing data. normal user with limited access will not do this.
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Yes, but not DBA.

This also assumes the user itself is doing the importing.  In this situation, I would import as a priviledged user and NOT give the user in question any 'special' roles.
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