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Mount database from *.dbf

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I have one directory which all datafile, control file, redo log file ... That's mean someone put database in here ( I know it 9i) . Once I copy these to another computer, so how can I mount and open database for query. Anyone help , show me the detail of each steps. Thanks all.

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