INSERT INTO table1@link SELECT * from table1The WHERE condition works fine, but does not do a "deep copy." Is there an easy way to do this or a tool I can use?
I would generate a script that reads the data dictionary to create the move syntax. Something like this:
spool runme.sql select 'create table '||table_name||'@dblinkname as select * from '||table_name'||';' from dba_table where owner = 'SCOTT'; spool off; @runme
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