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MyOraDump is a tool for exporting data from an Oracle database

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MyOraDump is a program that will export oracle data stored in most of the basic oracle types as a text file that can for example be used for import into other databases, for example MariaDB and MySQL.

The program is written in C using OCI and supports array fetching, which means good performance. In addition BLOB, CLOB, NCLOB as well as RAW, LONG and LONG RAW is supported.

Output can be in several formats, like separated values, JSON, MySQL dump and HTML.

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