Luckily there is the Gitora API to help us out.
So here is a little example of how to bulk load your objects into a gitora repository.
First create your repositories in the Gitora UI..
Then use this script (and obviously replace 'YOUR_SOURCE_SCHEMAS' and 'TARGET_REPOSITORY_NAME').
begin api_gitora.login('username','password'); for i in (select o.object_name , o.object_type , o.owner from all_objects o where o.object_name not like 'Z_%' -- some rules for which objects to load. and o.object_name not in ('QMS_EXEC_SQL' ,'SC_SCRIPTEXECUTER' ,'CG$ERRORS' ,'BDF_SCRIPTEXECUTER' ) and o.object_type in (api_gitora.type_function ,api_gitora.type_package ,api_gitora.type_procedure ,api_gitora.type_synonym ,api_gitora.type_trigger ,api_gitora.type_view ,api_gitora.type_sql_type ) and o.owner in ('YOUR_SOURCE_SCHEMAS') order by o.owner , o.object_type ) loop begin api_gitora.adddbobject(in_schema_cd => i.owner ,in_type_cd => i.object_type ,in_name_tx => i.object_name ,in_reponame_tx => 'TARGET_REPOSITORY_NAME' -- to which respository need the objects go ); -- If you want lto log what is loaded, remember to increase your dbms_output buffer! dbms_output.put_line('inserted: '||i.object_type||' '||i.owner||'.'||i.object_name); exception when others then dbms_output.put_line('error on: '||i.object_type||' '||i.owner||'.'||i.object_name||' sqlerrm: '||sqlerrm); end; end loop; end;Quick and easy. Have fun!