Thanks Eugene for your quick answer!
I'm not sure that this is what I want (and I don't have an SMO instance to test right now)... You can easily change your mount point when you clone using the GUI, but I want to change what's after the mount point... I think that as part of OFA is the add of the SID name to the directory where the DB resides, so when the SID changes on the clone, the client wants that directory to change too. (http://ss64.com/ora/syntax-ofa.html)
That's why in my example I can change the mount point but not the directory:
* Original location: /db1/DB_PROD/xxxx.dbf - Mount point is /db1
* Actual clone location: /db1_clone/DB_PROD/xxxx.dbf - Mount point is /db1_clone - Mount point has changed, directory after mount point remains the same.
* Desired clone location: /db1_clone/DB_CLONE/xxxx.dbf - Mount point is /db1_clone - Mount point has changed, I want the directory after the mount point to change too.
I guess this can't be done since netapp doesn't "understand" the filesystem structure (that seats on the LUN)... I wondered if SMO can do this for me too.
Please correct me if I'm wrong.
Thanks again and regards,