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Hi all

Is possible with RMAN recover only one table of my db?
Where can i find some infromation about this?
If is not possible , where can i find products to make this?
Is possible to restore one datafile with a different name?

Thanks to all
Alex
Jul 19 '05 #1
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Jon
Take a look at the Flashback feature... they
claim that you can restore a table to point
in time but I haven't played with it.... I used
to get this question a lot.

Jon
"Alex" <as***@tiscali.itwrote in message
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Hi all

Is possible with RMAN recover only one table of my db?
Where can i find some infromation about this?
If is not possible , where can i find products to make this?
Is possible to restore one datafile with a different name?

Thanks to all
Alex


Oct 16 '07 #2

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Jon wrote:
Take a look at the Flashback feature... they
claim that you can restore a table to point
in time but I haven't played with it.... I used
to get this question a lot.

Jon
"Alex" <as***@tiscali.itwrote in message
news:Q7*******************@tornado.fastwebnet.it.. .
>Hi all

Is possible with RMAN recover only one table of my db?
Where can i find some infromation about this?
If is not possible , where can i find products to make this?
Is possible to restore one datafile with a different name?

Thanks to all
Alex


Yes it's possible - enable the database flashback feature. Depending on
the amount of space you have. Using this, you can flashback a table to
i.e 3 days back in time, and then export the table at that historical
point. Database must be in archivelog mode, and this feature must
already be enabled to the time you want to go back into the past

Lodewicus
Nov 8 '07 #3

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