Re: &^@#%$@#%$ stinkin' oracle7 database

Its a little late now, but it got rejected for over-quoting the first
time...

PS:  Why do I get all the "=20"s in these messages?  [I'll confess I am
Windows-impaired.]

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Don Granaman" <granaman@xxxxxxx>
To: <oracle-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Saturday, May 08, 2004 8:25 AM
Subject: Re: &^@#%$@#%$ stinkin' oracle7 database


Yes!  Absolutely first class crazy!  Also amazingly creative!  Go for it!

I've got a lot of faith in ya' Matt.

Don Granaman
OraSaurus - A big fan of Rube Goldberg

PS:  I get to spend this evening "moving" (CTAS) a 55 GB table, morphing all
the data in the process - because MasterDuveloper(TM)'s screwed up program
created about 60 million "corrupted" records, and even more useless records,
and they didn't even know it - for 40+ days!

> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Adams, Matthew (GE Consumer & Industrial)" <MATT.ADAMS@xxxxxx>
> To: <oracle-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Friday, May 07, 2004 5:45 PM
> Subject: RE: &^@#%$@#%$ stinkin' oracle7 database
>
>
> > That one thing I thought of, but I'm supposed to have=20
> > this done by Monday and was looking for something=20
> > faster.  I also came up with an idea that just might be crazy.
> >
> > I haven't tried it yet, but if I can find a UUENCODE program
> > that will read standard in and if the unix split program will read
> > from standard in, I was considering something along the lines of
> >
> > export writes the data to a pipe,  uuencode reads from the pipe, encodes
> > and pipes it's output to split.  I then ftp the uuencode pieces to the
> > new server, assemble them, uudecode them and load the resultant file
> > (into a 9i DB which can handle the large export file).
> >
> > Is this just crazy?
> >
> > Matt


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