If the tables already exist in your test database, then you may have to disable the constraints before importing...
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the data. Normally, I drop the objects before importing them anew in a test environment. The quickest way to accomplish that is to drop the schema owner and re-create it.
You should not get constraint violations if the tables do not exist because the constraints will not be created until after the data has been imported.
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