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database to a flat file

"is there any free tool so i may export oracle(version 9.2.0.1) database to a flat file. "
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A flat file database is a database that stores data in a plain text file. Each line of the text file holds one record, with fields separated by delimiters, such as commas or tabs. While it uses a simple structure, a flat file database cannot contain multiple tables like a relational database can.

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A flat file database is a database that stores data in a plain text file. Each line of the text file holds one record, with fields separated by delimiters, such as commas or tabs. While it uses a simple structure, a flat file database cannot contain multiple tables like a relational database can.

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There is no free tool.

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A flat file database is a database that stores data in a plain text file. Each line of the text file holds one record, with fields separated by delimiters, such as commas or tabs. While it uses a simple structure, a flat file database cannot contain multiple tables like a relational database can.

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A flat file database is a type of database that stores data in a single table. This is unlike a relational database, which makes use of multiple tables and relations. Flat file databases are generally in plain-text form, where each line holds only one record.

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A flat file database is a type of database that stores data in a single table. This is unlike a relational database, which makes use of multiple tables and relations. Flat file databases are generally in plain-text form, where each line holds only one record.

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Woah, we really need that tool!! Dumping our database has never been easy~ thanks a bunch!

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Quoted from: member_333848 on 2011-06-27 02:31:07

I think oracle provides an export feature to export ur table contents to a text file.

That's what I thought so.

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Check this out here, it explains how to export to flatfile from an oracle DB

http://asktom.oracle.com/pls/asktom/f?p=100:11:0::::P11_QUESTION_ID:68212348056

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I think oracle provides an export feature to export ur table contents to a text file.

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Quoted from: member_319382 on 2011-05-01 10:33:55

visit to : www.sqlmanager.net/tools/free

So,are you saying that i can find the the free tool there. If so what is the name of it. or are you wanting me to just visit the site. Help me out here.

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visit to : www.sqlmanager.net/tools/free

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Quoted from: Timbo001 on 2010-08-27 14:50:57

To make a flat file data model functional, all relevant information about a record needs to be stored in the same file. Flat file databases can quickly become very large and difficult to manage because of the simple way they are organized. Many of today’s more advanced data models use tables to organize groups of related data. This makes the data easier to locate and more flexible to work with. That's why I'm not sure if it is a great idea.

good info

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Quoted from: SourceCode on 2011-04-06 16:01:25

I am not sure of others postings and how they have came to their conclusions, but I recommend a database versus a flat file. Once your data starts to grow eventually a flat file will take longer to open and search through unlike a database will.

That really depends on implementation. Database management is the worst as the entire system has to go offline for packing as such unless you can invest in a dual database environment that auto syncs itself on a continuous basis and that can be quite pricey depending on the size of the original.

Using a flat file can do very well if, and only if, the files are kept small and well organized. Flat file doesn't necessarily main linear or text based either. A random search on a binary flat file can be extremely fast.

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I am not sure of others postings and how they have came to their conclusions, but I recommend a database versus a flat file. Once your data starts to grow eventually a flat file will take longer to open and search through unlike a database will.

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It would be better to use multiple smaller files that can be isolated in different folders and/or drives. This minimizes load time, corruption, and speed bottlenecks.

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Thanks, great tips!

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thats all true but never forget that if the data set is really big there is nothing stopping a split point to make the volume of data more manageable.

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Quoted from: Timbo001 on 2010-08-27 14:50:57

To make a flat file data model functional, all relevant information about a record needs to be stored in the same file. Flat file databases can quickly become very large and difficult to manage because of the simple way they are organized. Many of today’s more advanced data models use tables to organize groups of related data. This makes the data easier to locate and more flexible to work with. That's why I'm not sure if it is a great idea.

thanks for the advice....

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It may not be easier, but it can be quicker. Google uses a flat file system for their search engine, but Google has enough man power to manage it. Just wanted to throw that in there for anyone else thinking about using a flat file system.

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To make a flat file data model functional, all relevant information about a record needs to be stored in the same file. Flat file databases can quickly become very large and difficult to manage because of the simple way they are organized. Many of today’s more advanced data models use tables to organize groups of related data. This makes the data easier to locate and more flexible to work with. That's why I'm not sure if it is a great idea.

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