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Post time: 2020-2-14 02:00:02
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To redevelop a system similar to the one in use, the specific business is different.
Using oracle + c # .net How does the database inherit the original better?
Regarding the system's user permissions, logs and other tables and frameworks, I want to make full use of the original,
The original system was not developed by me, and the source code is available.
Please give advice and give advice. Thank you!
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Post time: 2020-4-17 10:00:02
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It ’s almost the same. If you consider efficiency, you can consider using the original one
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Post time: 2020-4-28 20:15:02
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Based on the original modification, you can consider rewriting your own understanding.
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The original system oracle is on the aix computer, and the database of the new system will also be on the same computer.
Is it now to create a new database and import the original data?
Or just create a new user on the original database?
What method is better? Please advise
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Post time: 2020-5-13 04:15:01
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method one:

1. Create a new tablespace eg: TbsA
2. Create a new user eg: userA default tablespace TbsA
3. Grant the appropriate permissions to this user
4. Create the corresponding database objects

Method Two:

If the original system is basically consistent with the database structure of the new system, you can also directly exp / imp.

Personally recommend the first method.
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Post time: 2020-6-6 20:00:01
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Since it is on the same machine, create a user.
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If only one new user is created, it will conflict when using the same table
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