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Connor McDonald

Thanks for the question, vinesh.

Asked: September 21, 2020 - 6:15 pm UTC

Last updated: October 07, 2020 - 2:20 am UTC

Version: Oracle Database 11g Release - 64bit

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Very Good Monday Morning !!

The Version of Oracle we use is :

Oracle Database 11g Release - 64bit

No peculiar data or table design requried over here .

This request is on behalf of Data and DB Objects Migration in our project.

we have 2 users by name User_1 and User_2 present in the same DB Server.

Entire Data Migration including table data, procedures,function,views ,sequence etc ....apart from Scheduled jobs has been done.

User_1 has 5 Jobs by name Job_1,Job_2,Job_3 ,Job_4 and Job_5

These Jobs are available under the system table user_scheduler jobs, with their corresponding procedure names, start time ,time of execution, status etc.

Now I would like to move these 5 Jobs into User_2.

Can someone just how to move these jobs from User_1 to User-2 from a PL/SQl Developer Perspective.

Thanks and Regards !!

and Connor said...


select dbms_metadata.get_ddl('PROCOBJ','YOUR_JOB_NAME') from dual;

which will give you the full DDL for the job in your schema.

This can then be run in any schema you like


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