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If I want to export all the schema in a database using parfile below

what modification I have to make
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What parfile?

Anyway for a specific schema:
SCHEMAS=THE_ONE_YOU_WANT

It's in the online docs:
http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E11882_01/server.112/e22490/dp_export.htm#SUTIL864
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I am sure you must be making reference for this question

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Database/Oracle/Q_28408822.html
Making a change in a par file is already told to you..
In this case as steve said use scemas clause

Instead of this line
Full=Y

Use

Schemas=schema1,schema,

Eg:
Schema=system,hr,Scott

Also as you mentioned change in par file, for that you have to open up your par file,
it may be located in the directory which you specify for the data pump,

(I wondered you might open up one more question for this)

if you want to know the directory path

select * from dba_directories

and lookout for the name of your data pump directory and copy the path from there

and go to that path in unix system

and i hope you find the par file over there

**No points for me, I think this more of a duplicate question..!!! .. Never Mind though..!!
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Thanks..
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Tony,
Can I ask why you didn't at least split the points since the posted answer was the same as what I posted?

I'll ask a moderator to re-open this.
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Agree with Steve..Yes Tony, please split the points..!!
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