Long shot...are you using a recovery catalog? If so, maybe you could restore that database to point in time before the new incarnation and do the whole process again? Could have lots of other implications, obviously.

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Subject: Using RMAN to recover a copy of a database from backup files only (part 2)

Oh heck, forgot some key information and clicked send a little too early:

OS: Windows 2008 R2 Enterprise
DB: Oracle 11gR2 ( specifically)

Prod and Test are on the same server so duplucating to the same name is not
an option, have to be able to rename as a part of the duplicate.



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