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Extracting dump files into text format

I have a set of Oracle 7i dump files, but my institute does not have Oracle Database. I managed to extract a few of the files into .txt format using nxtract.exe, but it is not extracting if the number of rows is greater than 5000. Could you please suggest some way to extract my dump files into text using some other software, or the free download from Oracle's Web site?

I am PhD scholar from India. I have a set of Oracle 7i dump files with me, but my institute does not have Oracle Database. I managed to extract a few of the files into .txt format using nxtract.exe, which is an evaluation version freely downloadable from the net. But it is not extracting if the number of rows is greater than 5000.

Could you please suggest some way to extract my dump files into text using some other software, or the free download from Oracle's Web site? Thank you, I'm looking forward to your reply!

Go to Technet and register for a free account. On that Web site, you can download Oracle 10g, which gives you an Oracle database. You can use the Oracle 10g import utility to import an Oracle 7 dump file into your database.

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