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Hi, i'd like to know the command line to create a dump file from a non particular table, o database. I'm working with RedHat environment.
Ayn idea would be helpful.
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How to do so depends on the database.
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Your question needs a tuneup:
What type of database - Oracle, mysql....what?
Do you know the actual command to dump an object for your database software?
What OS and shell are you using?
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It is RDBMS specific, and specific to the output file type you want (proprietary, portable, fixed field, CSV, tab or pipe separated). It gets simpler with simple data (ascii or iso8859-1 with no line feeds, tabs or pipes, for instance). The SQL side is 'select * from TABLE'!

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