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  1. #1
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    May 2001
    Atlanta US
    Hi gurus,

    I need to copy a table from one schema to another.

    This table has a LONG datatype column.

    What is the best way to do this?


  2. #2
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    Dec 2000
    Ljubljana, Slovenia
    a) export/import
    b) SQL*Plus COPY command
    Jurij Modic
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  3. #3
    Join Date
    May 2001
    Atlanta US
    Thanks Jmodic!

    I did hear that there are problems in exp/im with a LONG though.

    Is there any resource you could point me to for more info on this?

    Thanks again!

  4. #4
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    Jun 2001
    Helsinki. Finland
    Here are the known restrictions on LONGs. There should be no big problems with their export or import.

    *Only one LONG column allowed per table
    *LONG column cannot be indexed
    *LONG columns cannot appear in integrity constraints
    *LONG columns cannot be used in WHERE,GROUP BY,ORDER BY, or CONNECT BY clauses, or with the DISTINCT operator in SELECT statements.
    *LONG columns cannot be used referenced by SQL functions (such as SUBSTR or INSTR).
    *LONG columns cannot be used in the SELECT list of a subquery or queries combined by set operators (UNION, UNION ALL, INTERSECT, or MINUS).
    *LONG columns cannot be used in SQL expressions.
    *LONG columns cannot be referenced when creating a table with query (CREATE TABLE...AS SELECT...) or when inserting into a table(or view) with a query (INSERT INTO ... SELECT...).
    *LONG columns cannot be referenced in a sub-query A variable or argument of a PL/SQL program unit cannot be declared using the LONG datatype.
    *A LONG or LONG RAW column can be referenced in a SQL statement within a trigger if the data from a LONG or LONG RAW column can be converted to a constrained datatype (such as CHAR and VARCHAR2).
    *Variable cannot be declared using the LONG or LONG RAW datatypes.
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