Re: Oracle recovery

In my case, this was Oracle7, so no rman. IIRC, we were flying by the 
seat of our pants, no docs, no metalink notes, just 2 really sharp 
Oracle consultants (Tim and Scott(?)) and one extremely junior dba in 
way, way, way over his head (me!)
Daniel Fink

ryan.gaffuri@xxxxxxx wrote:

>by object level recovery, do you mean that you create a copy of the database, 
>recovery it, then export the item or is there a way to use rman to just grab 
>the one object? 
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>>From: Rachel Carmichael <wisernet100@xxxxxxxxx>
>>Date: 2004/05/03 Mon PM 11:05:59 EDT
>>To: oracle-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>Subject: Re: Oracle recovery
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