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Which utility is good to transport data from Linux to windows.....
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by:HuaMinChen
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You can export DMP from Oracle DB, within Linux, then import it to Oracle DB, that resides in Windows server. The same DMP file is readable/transferrable within Linux and Windows.
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Ftp
File Transfer Protocol
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Data as in a query's result set?  From the target database, create a DBLINK to the remote; then massage the inserts however you wish.  Create Table As Select .... works as well.

If you need all the tables within a tablespace, a tablespace can be transported intact between instances.

So, what exactly do you need to accomplish?
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