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Georclau.comQ: Import a part of database from one Oracle Database to another I have two oracle databases, one is in an ASM file. The second one is based on the first one. Now I want to import the first database into the second database. I have these 2 tables in the first database: CREATE TABLE SIDEBAR ( SID VARCHAR2(10) NOT NULL, SUBJECT_TITLE VARCHAR2(100) NOT NULL, PRIMARY KEY (SID, SUBJECT_TITLE) ) ; CREATE TABLE COURSE ( COURSE VARCHAR2(50) NOT NULL, UNIT_CODE VARCHAR2(50) NOT NULL, SUBJECT VARCHAR2(50) NOT NULL, START_DATE DATE NOT NULL, END_DATE DATE NOT NULL, PRIMARY KEY (COURSE, UNIT_CODE, SUBJECT, START_DATE, END_DATE) ) ; Now I want to import the SID, SUBJECT_TITLE, START_DATE, END_DATE and UNIT_CODE into the COURSE table from the SID, SUBJECT_TITLE, START_DATE, END_DATE, UNIT_CODE columns from the SIDEBAR table. I have created some SQL scripts which import the SIDEBAR table in the first database into a Oracle table of the second database. My question is, how can I create a SQL script which imports the COURSE table from the second database to the first one? A: Insert into COURSE (SID, SUBJECT_TITLE, START_DATE, END_DATE) select SID, SUBJECT_TITLE, START_DATE, END_DATE from SIDEBAR All you need to do is list the column names and populate their data. Generally, when a general purpose microprocessor is incorporated into a semiconductor device (e.g., a semiconductor memory), power is supplied from the microprocessor to the semiconductor device. When a general purpose microprocessor is used, the microprocessor and the semiconductor device are interconnected by way of a system bus. As will be described below, the ac619d1d87

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