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Thursday, February 11, 2010
 
Extracting DDL Statements from a PeopleSoft Data Mover exported DAT file

Case in hand: Given a PeopleSoft Data Mover exported data file (db or dat file), how to extract the DDL statements [from that data file] which gets executed as part of the Data Mover's data import process?

Here is a quick way to do it:

  1. Insert the SET EXTRACT statements in the Data Mover script (DMS) before the IMPORT .. statement.

    eg.,

    % cat /tmp/retrieveddl.dms

    ..
    SET EXTRACT OUTPUT /tmp/ddl_stmts.log;
    SET EXTRACT DDL;

    ..

    IMPORT *;


    It is mandatory that the SET EXTRACT OUPUT statement must appear before any SET EXTRACT statements.

  2. Run the Data Mover utility with the modified DMS script as an argument.

    eg., OS: Solaris


    % psdmtx -CT ORACLE -CD NAP11 -CO NAP11 -CP NAP11 -CI people -CW peop1e -FP /tmp/retrieveddl.dms


    On successful completion, you will find the DDL statements in /tmp/retrieveddl.dms file.

Check chapter #2 "Using PeopleSoft Data Mover" in Enterprise PeopleTools x.xx PeopleBook: Data Management document for more ideas.

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(Originally posted on blogs.sun.com at:
http://blogs.sun.com/mandalika/entry/extracting_ddl_statements_from_a
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