Can I use Oracle SQL Developer to "Move" data?

Hello,
I'm new to Oracle and I'm trying to use Oracle SQL Developer to export data from one table (on server A) to another table (on sever B). I'm able to create a .ldr file but I don't know how to use the .ldr file in Oracle SQL Developer? I would appreciate any help you can provide.
Thanks!

Hi,
The name of tables are different ?
If I understood then try this below:
e.g:
C:\> exp user/[email protected] file=maytable.dmp tables=SAFETYADMIN_TBL_0022_43
C:\> imp user/[email protected] file=mytable.dmp full=y
After this import, then you can:
[pre]
C:\>sqlplus user/[email protected]
SQL> insert into SAFETYUSER_TBL_0022_44
     select * from SAFETYADMIN_TBL_0022_43;
SQL> drop table SAFETYADMIN_TBL_0022_43;Feedback if this is not that you want.
Cheers

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