- Modifying the state of a pluggable databases
- Creating a pluggable database from an existing pluggable database
- Unplugging and plugging a pluggable database
- Before you can clone a pluggable database, it has to be Closed and Opened in Read Only mode.
- You can create additional pluggable databases by cloning an existing pluggable database. Perform the tasks below to create a clone of PDB1 named PDB3.
Unplugging the Database
- You can unplug a database from one container database and later plug it into the same (or another) container database.
Plugging in the Database
- Note: The steps for plugging a PDB into a different container database are essentially the same as those for plugging it into the container database from which it was unplugged. Here, you will plug PDB3 back into the same container database--while recognizing that, in the real world, selecting a different container database would make more business sense.