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Oracle Schema dump from batch file

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Is there any way to export the schema script with and without data from a batch file.
The reason I want the batch file is so that I can schedule it.
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You should be able to do a datapump export for the schema with and without data.

The online docs have the syntax and all the options.
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What's the best way to do this in a batch file if I'm using tnsnames....?
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expdp and impdp are command line programs.
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if you do it with data, you can later extract the metadata without the data

here is the reference to the expdp
http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E11882_01/server.112/e22490/dp_export.htm#SUTIL200

export script for windows (you didn't state what os)
commandline expdp from the host
set oracle_sid=TheOracleSid
expdp TheSchema/passw schema=TheSchema dumpfile=TheDumpfile.dmp content=all

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if you want to extract the script to script.sql

set oracle_sid=TheOracleSid
impdp TheSchema/passw schema=TheSchema dumpfile=TheDumpfile.dmp sqlfile=script.sql

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the files will be stored in path data_pump_dir
> select data_path from dba_directories where name = 'DATA_PUMP_DIR';
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