Example 1: Exporting a Table Without Specifying a Partition

Assume emp is a table that is partitioned on employee name. There are two partitions, m and z. As this example shows, if you export the table without specifying a partition, then all of the partitions are exported.

Parameter File Method

> exp scott PARFILE=params.dat

The params.dat file contains the following:


Command-Line Method

> exp scott TABLES=emp rows=y

Export Messages

Information is displayed about the release of Export you are using and the release of Oracle Database that you are connected to. Then, status messages similar to the following are shown:

About to export specified tables via Conventional Path ...
. . exporting table                            EMP
. . exporting partition                              M          8 rows exported
. . exporting partition                              Z          6 rows exported
Export terminated successfully without warnings.