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Oracle BAM 11gR1 Handbook by Pete Wang

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Performing data migration

After you have successfully created a new environment for Oracle BAM, it is time to move BAM data to the environment. You can use either the low-level database commands or ICommand, a BAM utility to achieve this goal.

Migrating BAM data using database commands

BAM stores its artifacts (Data Objects, reports, folders, and so on) and metadata in a database. Therefore, it is practical to perform data migration by using database commands to move raw data directly to a different environment. Though BAM supports Oracle Database, IBM DB2, and Microsoft SQLServer, this section only covers the usage of Oracle database commands to achieve data migration.

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The expdp database command can be used to export the database schema for ...

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