You seem to be asking the same question again and again - no, that does not increase the chance of getting the correct answer. It just increases your chance of being completely ignored by the experts you annoy with such behavior.
Regarding you question, are both source and target schema in the same HANA db instance? It sounds like it - and I would not understand why you might want to export/import when you can just copy all tables into a different schema:
CREATE [COLUMN] TABLE <target-schema>.<table-name> LIKE <source-table>.<table-name> WITH DATA
do this for all tables in your source schema. More details on HANA SQL on http://help.sap.com/hana/html/sql_create_table.html#create_table_like_clause
Your answer is not comfortable to me. Because, I want import and export database using command prompt for export data from one database and import to another database. But, your comments like always given in directly executed in hana-studio sql editor.
If possible or not using command prompt(client machine / server machine) for export/import database(s).
"Thanks for your timely reply but I didn't find the response to be relevant to my requirement.
FYI I am able to import single table but unable to import bulk data's using command prompt.
While exporting a database, 4 different of files(including control file) are created.
Would like to confirm if the functionality is this or is it possible to import multiple table data's or import database with a single command in command prompt."