SPOOL create_my_index.sql SELECT DBMS_METADATA.GET_DDL('INDEX','INDEX_NAME','INDEX_OWNER') FROM dual; SPOOL OFF
Obviously, you'll have to supply the appropriate index name and owner above. Once you have the above done, open the generated SQL file in a text editor and change the owner name in the CREATE command. You can change other options at this time, such as the TABLESPACE name, if you choose.
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