Convert Oracle dump files into CSV format using this approachable tool with a wizard-like interface and intuitive CSV customization options
|Updated||February 4 2020|
Intelligent Converters N/A N/A
|Crack Size||1.2 MB|
|Systems||Windows 2K, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 2003, Windows 2008, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
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OraDump to CSV is an easy-to-use software program that allows you to convert Oracle dump files into CSV format. It facilitates a simple wizard that guides you every step of the way
The setup operation is rather fast and requires minimal user intervention. The only notable aspect about it is that it needs an Oracle database service installed, in order to work properly. It supports all Oracle data types, apart from BFILE and MLSLABEL.
Once started, the wizard lets you specify the source Oracle dump file (DMP format)and output CSV folder, select the CSV delimiter between tab, semicolon and comma, include or exclude field names in the CSV file, as well as convert only table definitions while ignoring everything else, depending on your preferences.
The entire conversion procedure doesn't take a long time, during which OraDump to CSV Crack remains light on system resources consumption. In case there already is an output file sharing the same name as the source, the app offers to overwrite the entire folder or existing files only, or to skip the existing files.
It worked smoothly throughout our evaluation, without triggering the operating system to hang, crash or prompt error messages. All in all, OraDump to CSV features approachable options wrapped up in a user-friendly working environment to help you turn Oracle dumps into CSV files. However, the price of the registered version is not justified, since OraDump has a small set of features.
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