Import and Export Commands in SAP

Dear Experts,
                      I want to export a internal table called itab from one program to another program.Can you please explain the process with code.
THanks,
Kartheek
Moderator message: please search for available information/previous discussions.
Edited by: Thomas Zloch on Feb 24, 2011 1:44 PM

I don't think using exp/imp is good way to make backup. There are tools created specially for backups, I suggest reading Oracle Administrator's Guide for more information. Exp/imp/datapump are created for moving data between databases, not for making backups.

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