In this tutorial, you will learn how to export schema using Oracle SQL Developer.
Exporting schema in Oracle is we are exporting DDL statements for the objects. You can export the schema with data or without the data, all objects, or particular objects. Follow below steps to export a schema using Oracle SQL Developer:
Exporting Schema using Oracle SQL Developer
In Oracle SQL Developer, click on the Tools menu then select the Database Export option.
The following window will appear. Specify the Schema for the Connection drop-down and select the checkboxes according to your need. Also, specify the export filename and the file location.
After specifying all the required parameters for the export, click on the Next button.
In the next step of the export wizard, select/de-select the object types to export and then click on the Next button.
Then in the 3rd step, you filter the objects. For example, you want to choose specific functions or tables; then, you can type the name of the object in the Name field or can select the object type to list all objects in that particular type by clicking on the More button.
Then in the next step, you can filter the data as well.
Now 5th step is the final step, and here it will show you the summary. Click on the Finish button to run the export.
After finishing the export using SQL developer, you will find the export file at the location you specified.
To check more tutorials on SQL developer, check Oracle SQL Developer tutorials.
Nice solution. I also recommend you trying dbForge Studio for Oracle with its wide features. When working with an Oracle database, you may need to create a copy of the table to test or develop your application properly.