Read this article to learn how to copy an Oracle database from one server to another
using two special products developed by Devart - dbForge Schema
Compare for Oracle and dbForge Data Compare
for Oracle. With the help of these two products, you can copy Oracle schema
to another database in just a few moments.
To copy a database from one server to another, the first thing you need to do is
to copy a database schema. This means you have to create a copy of definitions for
all or selected tables, indexes, triggers, relationships, views, procedures, etc
in another database. Once database schema copying is completed, you will need to
copy data from all or selected tables to another database
Before copying an Oracle schema, you should create an empty one on the selected
server. For the detailed description of this step, refer to the
How to Export DDL Script from Oracle Schema article.
Once the empty schema was created, you can move on to copying Oracle schema.
To copy an Oracle schema, you have to:
The following example will show you how to copy data to an Oracle schema.
From this article you have learned how to copy an Oracle schema along with data
to another database. dbForge Schema Compare for Oracle will help you to compare
Oracle schemas and quickly obtain the comparison results by completing just a few
simple steps of Data Comparison Wizard.
Comparing database schemas? View data differences, manage versions and more with
our dbForge Compare Bundle for Oracle.
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