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You use the CONTENT parameter, as in the case of a Data Pump export, to determine whether you ll load just rows (CONTENT=DATA_ONLY), rows and metadata (CONTENT=ALL), or just metadata (CONTENT=METADATA_ONLY). The EXCLUDE and INCLUDE parameters have the same meaning as in an export, and they are mutually exclusive: Use the INCLUDE parameter to list the objects that you wish to import. Use the EXCLUDE parameter to list the objects you don t want to import. Here s a simple example of using the INCLUDE parameter. The specification restricts the import to only table objects. Only the persons table will be imported. INCLUDE=TABLE:"= 'persons'" You can use the clause INCLUDE=TABLE:"LIKE 'PER%'" to export only those tables whose name start with PER. You can also use the INCLUDE parameter in a negative fashion, by specifying that all objects with a certain syntax be ignored, as shown here: INCLUDE=TABLE:"NOT LIKE 'PER%'" Note that if you use the CONTENT=DATA_ONLY option, you cannot use either the EXCLUDE or INCLUDE parameter during an import. You can use the QUERY parameter as well to filter data during an import. (In the older export and import utilities, you could use the QUERY parameter only during an export.) You can use the QUERY parameter to specify an entire schema or a single table. Note that if you use the QUERY parameter during import, Data Pump will use only the external tables data method, rather than the direct-path method, to access the data. You can use the TABLE_EXISTS_ACTION parameter to tell Data Pump import what to do when a table already exists. You can provide four different values to the TABLE_EXISTS_ACTION parameter: With SKIP (the default), Data Pump will skip a table if it exists. The APPEND value appends rows to the table. The TRUNCATE value truncates the table and reloads the data from the export dump file. The REPLACE value drops the table if it exists, re-creates it, and reloads it.
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The JOB_NAME, STATUS, and PARALLEL parameters carry identical meanings as their Data Pump Export counterparts. Note that if you have multiple dump files, you should specify them either explicitly or by using the %U notation, as shown earlier in the coverage of Data Pump Export parameters.
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You can perform a Data Pump import in various modes, using the TABLE, SCHEMAS, TABLESPACES, and FULL parameters, just as with the Data Pump Export utility. You can use the TRANSPORTABLE_ TABLESPACES parameter when you wish to transport tablespaces between databases. You use the TRANSPORT_FULL_CHECK parameter in a manner analogous to its use under Data Pump Export, when you re performing a transportable tablespaces operation. The TRANSPORT_FULL_ CHECK parameter is applicable to a tablespace transport only if you re using the NETWORK_LINK parameter. The TRANSPORT_DATAFILES import parameter is used during a transportable tablespaces operation, to specify the list of datafiles the job should import into the target database. You must first copy
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these files from the source system to the target server. Here s a simple example that illustrates how to use the transport tablespaces-related import parameters: $ > > > impdp salapati/sammyy1 DIRECTORY=dpump_dir1 \ NETWORK_LINK=source_database_link \ TRANSPORT_TABLESPACES=users TRANSPORT_FULL_CHECK=Y \ TRANSPORT_DATAFILES='/wkdir/data/tbs6.f'
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The remapping parameters clearly mark the superiority of this utility over the older import utility by expanding Oracle s ability to remap objects during the data import process. The remapping parameters are REMAP_TABLES, REMAP_SCHEMA, REMAP_DATAFILE, and REMAP_TABLESPACE. While you did have the ability to remap schemas in the old export and import utilities (by using the FROMUSER/TOUSER specification), you couldn t remap datafiles and tablespaces. I explain the remapping parameters briefly in the following sections.
REMAP_TABLE
The REMAP_TABLE parameter enables you to rename a table during an import operation that uses the transportable method. In addition to renaming regular tables, you can also specify the REMAP_TABLE parameter to provide your own name for the individual partitions of a portioned table that you have exported using the transportable method. This way, you can prevent Oracle from giving default names to the partitions and subpartitions imported by the Data Pump Import utility. Following is an example that shows how to specify the REMAP_TABLE parameter to rename a table: $ impdp hr/HR DIRECTORY=dpump_dir1 DUMPFILE=newdump.dmp TABLES=hr.employees REMAP_TABLE=hr.employees:emp The REMAP_TABLE parameter changes the hr.employees table to the hr.emp table during the import operation.
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