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what is procedure to take backup and recovery in Oracke8i?


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Backup can be taken by EXP80 Command(i.e EXPORT80) at Commandprompt. It will ask you for the user,password, database name...
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you can get backup by interprise manager using vizard.




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 Backup can be taken by EXP80 Command(i.e EXPORT80) at Commandprompt. It will ask you for the user,password, database name...


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