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What do you mean by master notes.
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Master Note for Data Pump [ID 1264715.1]
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Alexander Eßer [Alex140181] earned 500 total points
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I really don't like this (posting links), but why don't you just use google:

https://blogs.oracle.com/db/entry/master_note_for_data_pump_doc_id_12647151

Quoted from another Master Note (RMAN):
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This Master Note is intended to provide an index and references to the most frequently used My Oracle Support Notes with respect to Oracle Recovery Manager (RMAN).
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by:Steve Wales
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Master Notes are just that - Master Notes, published at the Oracle Support website, that list all sorts of useful links and instructions on the particular topic area.

Further to Alexander's reply, if you have a valid Oracle Support contract, you can log in to support.oracle.com and search on the document id to find the document.

All of the linked documents in the Master Note will also be available on the MOS (My Oracle Support) website.
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by:PortletPaul
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"Master Note" is simply a term used by Oracle support to indicate a level of authority regarding the information being present.

Other organizations might use "Technical Note" or "Knowledgebase Article"
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