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Export and import from a large OSM database schema (Doc ID 1594152.1)

Last updated on APRIL 19, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Order and Service Management - Version 7.0.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

This document outlines how to replicate an OSM schema. Exporting a large schema, with hundreds of thousands or millions of orders, can be impractical due to its size, the time it takes, and resources it requires to export. A more feasible solution is to selectively export specific orders, or a range of orders.

Note: The steps and procedures outlined in this KM Note are for import/export purposes only.  They are not to be used for other activities like system back up and restore.  For example executing the om_exp_imp_util_pkg.purge_model procedure without a model export to restore the data will result in a non functioning OSM schema. For more information on how to back up and restore see the "Order and Service Management System Administrator's Guide".

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In this Document
Purpose
Scope
Details
 Setup
 Export and import scenarios
 Document ID: 1601055.1 - Export and import OSM model data from a large database schema - OSM model data only.
 Document ID: 1600747.1 - Export and import OSM model data and a single order from a large database schema.
 Document ID: 1600731.1 - Export and import OSM model data and a range of orders from a large database schema.
 Document ID: 1600697.1 - Export and import an additional range of orders from a large database schema. (Used when the OSM model already exists in the target schema).
 Document ID: 1600695.1 - Export and import the entire OSM database - OSM schema, orders and model data.
 Troubleshooting
 Export
 Import
 After Import
References

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