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I am planning to migrate my oracle database from 8.1.7 to 9i. I done the full database export using the following command.
set ORACLE_SID=pp01
set NLS_LANG=americ an_america.us7a scii
exp db_export/createdmp file=f:\oracle\ export\pp01_A.d mp,f:\oracle\ex port\pp01_B.dmp ,f:\oracle\expo rt\pp01_C.dmp,f :\oracle\export \pp01_D.dmp full=y grants=Y indexes=Y rows=y constraints=y compress=n direct=y consistent=y filesize=2g log=f:\oracle\e xport\exp_pp01. log
Database exported without any warnings.

I created oracle 9i database and I want to import the database using above dmp files.
Please send me the script which will import the full database without problems.

Thanks & Best regards,
May 2 '07 #1
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