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where are the rman scripts?

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Hi,

I am using the java database manager on oracle 9i linux , to monitor and
modify my oracle 9i system.
there is a wizard that allows the setting up of an rman job.
I had setup a backup script that ran a partial backup mon-sat & a full backup
on sunday.

i recently wanted to use the wizard to setup a script for another database
but some how the script that the wizard uses as a basis has been corrupted.
where on disk are the virgin scripts stored, as i want to try to replace
them ?

steve

Jul 19 '05 #1
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> Hi,

I am using the java database manager on oracle 9i linux , to monitor and
modify my oracle 9i system.
there is a wizard that allows the setting up of an rman job. where on disk are the virgin scripts stored, as i want to try to replace
them ?

steve


Hello Steve

The only thing I know is that they are stored in the recovery
catalog if you are not using a controlfile to store RMAN-info.
I don't think even the latest Oracle version stores RMAN
scripts in controlfiles.

Regards

Folke Larsson
Jul 19 '05 #2

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