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During export .. network got disconected..
What are the steps we take..
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Check the database to be sure that all of the jobs terminated.  If connections didn't close, kill the sessions.  Restart the export jobs.  To me, that is the easiest way to do it.
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Classic export or datapump?

If datapump, the job could still be executing and there may be nothing you need to do.

If classic export, just restart it as suggested above.  You cannot 'resume' it.
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Yes it is exported
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