having problems and I need some help.
*note: used "exp80" and "imp80" of the 805 DB to get the data
from: 817 on NT
to: 805 on UNIX
my export log:
Connected to: Oracle8i Enterprise Edition Release 188.8.131.52.1 - Production
With the Partitioning option
JServer Release 184.108.40.206.1 - Production
Export done in WE8ISO8859P1 character set and WE8ISO8859P1 NCHAR character set
my import ERROR log:
D:\oracle\ora81\bin>imp80 system/manager@psiqa2 parfile=c:\temp\spools\psiqa2_admin.par
Import: Release 220.127.116.11.0 - Production on Mon Dec 24 11:55:59 2001
(c) Copyright 1997 Oracle Corporation. All rights reserved.
Connected to: Oracle8 Enterprise Edition Release 18.104.22.168.0 - Production
PL/SQL Release 22.214.171.124.0 - Production
IMP-00037: Character set marker unknown
IMP-00000: Import terminated unsuccessfully
so, do I need to do a DIFFERENT export?
setting the nls_lang?
I am not too familiar with how to do this.
Please help me and let me know what I need to do.
If you have access to oracle's metalink here is a good article to read. I think what you are experiencing can be resolved by this article. It could also be that your export file may be corrupted if it was ftp'd.
Doc ID: Note:132904.1
Subject: Compatibility Matrix for Export & Import Between Different Oracle Versions
Content Type: TEXT/PLAIN
Creation Date: 19-JAN-2001
Last Revision Date: 31-AUG-2001
This article describes several issues related with the compatibility of the
different versions of the Oracle EXPORT and IMPORT utilities.
Hope this helps.
seem like you have th version conflict. you must use Oracle 8.05 export to export the 8.1.7 and you should be fine
found a solution
as noted in my 1st post, I had exported using the 805 utility (exp80).
anyways, instead of using command-line to import the data, I decided to try the GUI (Data Manager). This actually worked and loaded all the tables and rows. Strange ...
Well, that was my semi-solution ...
However, I never FTP'd the export over to the Unix box. I was attempting to import the file remotely from an NT workstation. That's probably where I went wrong ...
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