You dont want to back out of data changed in every

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Unformatted text preview: it needs to be backed up. You don't want to back out of data changed in every tablespace, just this one. You can use incomplete recovery on a tablespace in order to revert to the version of data that existed just prior to the problem. For this task, you will need to create a second database on this or another machine, export the table on the second database, and import it back to the original. Creating this second database, sometimes referred to as a clone, is a main part of performing tablespace incomplete recovery. Incorrect Answers: A: It does not allow the export to recover statistics on the tables. - The Power of Knowing 1Z0-025 B: Is used for different purposes, not to prevent accidental corruption of the primary database. C: It does not allow the SYSTEM tablespace to become a transportable tablespace. Oracle 8, DBA Certification Exam Guide, Jason S. Couchman, p. 713-714 Chapter 15: Advanced Topics in Data Recovery QUESTION 95: Why does the command cause an error? Exp system/manager i...
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