Oracle Export
Version 20c

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Purpose Legacy export utility.

When a PDB container is specified it must be referenced based by the name of its service entry in  TNSNAMES.ORA.
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Export Syntax
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Authority / UserID exp userid=<schema_owner/password@service_name>
exp uwclass/uwclass@pdbdev

exp userid=uwclass/uwclass@pdbdev file=c:\temp\uw_test.dmp
File Name exp userid=<schema_owner/password@service_name> FILE=<file_name>
exp uwclass/uwclass@pdbdev file=c:\temp\uw_test.dmp
Log File Name exp userid=<schema_owner/password@service_name> LOG=<file_name>
exp uwclass/uwclass@pdbdev log=c:\temp\uw.log
Buffer Size -- O/S dependent and can usually be ignored

exp userid=<schema_owner/password@service_name@service_name> BUFFER=<integer>
-- rows_in_array * maximum_row_size

exp uwclass/uwclass@pdbdev buffer=64000
Compress -- The default is Y and it is best to override it.

exp userid=<schema_owner/password@service_name@service_name> COMPRESS=<Y|N>
exp uwclass/uwclass@pdbdev compress=N
Consistent -- Implements SET TRANSACTION READ ONLY

exp userid=<schema_owner/password@service_name@service_name> CONSISTENT=<Y|N>
exp uwclass/uwclass@pdbdev file=c:\temp\cnsstnt.dmp consistent=Y
Constraints exp userid=<schema_owner/password@service_name@service_name> CONSTRAINTS=<Y|N>
exp uwclass/uwclass@pdbdev file=c:\temp\cnstrnt.dmp constraints=N
Direct Path exp userid=<schema_owner/password@service_name> DIRECT=<Y|N>
exp uwclass/uwclass@pdbdev file=c:\temp\dirpath.dmp direct=Y
Feedback exp userid=<schema_owner/password@service_name> FEEDBACK=<integer | 0>
exp uwclass/uwclass@pdbdev file=c:\temp\fback.dmp feedback=100
File Size (default unlimited) exp userid=<schema_owner/password@service_name> FILESIZE=<integer> [ KB | MB | GB]
exp uwclass/uwclass@pdbdev file=c:\temp\fsize.dmp filesize 20GB
Flashback By SCN exp userid=<schema_owner/password@service_name> FLASHBACK_SCN=<SCN>
exp uwclass/uwclass@pdbdev file=c:\temp\fbscn.dmp flashback_scn=7632619
Flashback By Timestamp exp userid=<schema_owner/password@service_name> FLASHBACK_TIME=<timestamp>
exp uwclass/uwclass@pdbdev flashback_time="TIMESTAMP '2002-05-01 11:00:00'"


exp uwclass/uwclass@pdbdev flashback_time="TO_TIMESTAMP('12-02-2001 14:35:00', 'DD-MM-YYYY HH24:MI:SS')"
Full -- Yes requires the user to have the EXP_FULL_DATABASE role

exp userid=<schema_owner/password@service_name> FULL=<Y|N>
exp uwclass/uwclass@pdbdev full=Y
Grants exp userid=<schema_owner/password@service_name> GRANTS=<Y|N>
exp uwclass/uwclass@pdbdev grants=N
Indexes exp userid=<schema_owner/password@service_name> INDEXES=<Y|N>
exp uwclass/uwclass@pdbdev indexes=N
Object Consistent exp userid=<schema_owner/password@service_name> OBJECT_CONSISTENT=<Y|N>
exp uwclass/uwclass@pdbdev object_consistent=Y
Owner exp userid=<schema_owner/password@service_name> OWNER=(o1, o2, ... o#)
exp uwclass/uwclass@pdbdev owner=(uwclass, ids, webapps)
Parameter File exp userid=<schema_owner/password@service_name> PARFILE=<parameter_file_name>
exp uwclass/uwclass@pdbdev parfile=c:\temp\uwparfile.ctl
Query exp userid=<schema_owner/password@service_name> QUERY=<query_string>
exp uwclass/uwclass@pdbdev owner=SCOTT tables=emp query=\"WHERE job=\'MANAGER\' AND sal \>50000\"
Record Length exp userid=<schema_owner/password@service_name> RECORDLENGTH=<bytes>
exp uwclass/uwclass@pdbdev recordlength=32000
Resumable exp userid=<schema_owner/password@service_name> RESUMABLE=<Y|N>
exp uwclass/uwclass@pdbdev resumable=Y
Resumable Name exp userid=<schema_owner/password@service_name> RESUMABLE_NAME = 'User USERNAME (USERID), Session SESSIONID, Instance INSTANCEID'
exp uwclass/uwclass@pdbdev resumable_name 'UWCLASS
Resumable Time Out exp userid=<schema_owner/password@service_name> RESUMABLE_TIMEOUT=<seconds> DEFAULT 7200 (2 hours)
exp uwclass/uwclass@pdbdev resumable_timeout=18000
Rows exp userid=<schema_owner/password@service_name> ROWS=<Y|N>
exp uwclass/uwclass@pdbdev rows=N
Statistics exp userid=<schema_owner/password@service_name> STATISTICS=<ESTIMATE | COMPUTE | NONE>
exp uwclass/uwclass@pdbdev statistics=COMPUTE
Tables exp userid=<schema_owner/password@service_name> TABLES=(t1, t2, ... t#)
exp uwclass/uwclass@pdbdev tables=(emp, dept, bonus)
Tablespaces exp userid=<schema_owner/password@service_name> TABLESPACES=(tbsp1, tbsp2, ... tbsp#)
exp uwclass/uwclass@pdbdev tablespaces=(uwdata, user_data)
Transportable Tablespaces exp userid=<schema_owner/password@service_name> TRANSPORT_TABLESPACE <Y|N>
exp uwclass/uwclass@pdbdev transport_tablespace=Y
Triggers exp userid=<schema_owner/password@service_name> TRIGGERS <Y|N>
exp uwclass/uwclass@pdbdev triggers=N
TTS Full Check exp userid=<schema_owner/password@service_name> TTS_FULL_CHECK <Y|N>
exp uwclass/uwclass@pdbdev tts_full_check=Y
Volume Size exp userid=<schema_owner/password@service_name> VOLSIZE <integer> [KB|MB|GB]
exp uwclass/uwclass@pdbdev volsize=10GB

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