Command-line Snapshot command

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tangiblezero
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Command-line Snapshot command

Post by tangiblezero » Tue 26 Jun 2012 01:53

I'm trying to use the command-line snapshot command, but this command is not covered in the command-line documentation article in the help. I have it mostly working, but I cannot figure out the switch to direct the snapshot output to a specified snapshot file. Does anyone know the syntax for the snapshot command?

Thanks for your help!

alexa
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Re: Command-line Snapshot command

Post by alexa » Tue 26 Jun 2012 11:39

You can view the examples for creating snapshots by typing the following command in the command line:

dbforgeoracle.com /snapshot /?

1. Create snapshot using direct connection:

dbforgeoracle.com /snapshot /connection:"User Id=sys;Password=manager;Server=dboracle;Connect Mode=SysDba;Direct=True;Sid=orcl920" /s:"SomeSchema" /f:"C:\Temp\Some.snap"

2. Create compressed snapshot:

dbforgeoracle.com /snapshot /connection:"User Id=system;Password=manager;Server=dboracle;Unicode=True;" /s:"SomeSchema" /f:"C:\Temp\Some.snap" /comp:T

3. Create snapshot using version control alias:

dbforgeoracle.com /snapshot /connection:"User Id=system;Password=manager;Server=dboracle;Unicode=True;" /s:"SomeSchema" /alias:"SVN 1" /f:"Some.snap"

We will add the above information to Help documentation shortly.

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Re: Command-line Snapshot command

Post by alexa » Wed 09 Oct 2013 15:10

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