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Backup & Restore of Informatica with Oracle DAC

Posted on 2013-01-29
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Hi,

We have a problem with an Oracle DAC schema .We need to refresh the installation from  Production. In the past we had problem with configuring Informatica server back to the test repository . Would You please post step by step instructions how to backup/restore Dac connection so that we can complete the process in least amount of time?
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Never used Informatica or DAC but strictly from a database standpoint: a FULL RMAN backup of 'baseline'.  When you are done testing, just restore from backup.

You might be ableto get away with export/import but this can take longer and would likely require some prep work to make sure everything was as-was.

Hopefully some Informatica Experts will be along later.
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Thought of this as soon as I clicked submit (still from a database only aspect).

Possibly flashback database:
http://docs.oracle.com/cd/B19306_01/server.102/b14200/statements_9011.htm
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it isn't a good solution but thanks for thinking
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