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LDT File Format

Loader Data File in Oracle Applications Environment

LDT is a file extension for a data file used with Oracle  applications. LDT stands for Loader DaTa files. LDT files contain entity definitions, parent-child relationships, input parameters and data. LDT files to an LCT file which is used for the configuration. LDT files can be exported from the Oracle database using the FNDLOAD function. 

LDT files can be opened and edited in a text editor, although doing so is not recommended.

 

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This was last updated in September 2010
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