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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Data movement without generating datafile

    Hi all,

    Can anybody tell me how do I move table data w/o generating datafile(.del/.ixf etc) with any of data movement utility.
    Is it possible to do it??

    Thanks in advance..

    Regards.,
    Nitin

  2. #2
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    You can either use LOAD from a cursor or an operating system pipe. Unfortunately you have provided too few details for a better answer.
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  3. #3
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    Sorry for inconvenience n_i;

    I just want to load data from one server to other which are exactly identical in terms of configuration and database.
    One is for development and other one is for test with following;

    DB2 V9.7Fixpack5
    AIX

    I am familiar with LOAD from cursor but can u please brief about how to use os pipe??


    Thanks in adv
    Last edited by db2_nitin; 01-27-14 at 15:08.

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    have a look at this entry
    export to pipe - DB2 Database
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  5. #5
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    Thanks....,

    Link is quite useful to have an idea about usage of pipe, I will definitely explore this.. bt 'Load from cursor...' is much better to use.

    Regards.,
    Nitin

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