Oracle9i Application Developer's Guide - Workspace Manager
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Oracle9i Application Developer's Guide - Workspace Manager describes the Oracle long-transaction framework built on a workspace management system.

This preface contains these topics:


Oracle9i Application Developer's Guide - Workspace Manager is intended for application designers and developers who want to use Oracle Database Workspace Manager, often referred to as Workspace Manager, to work with long transactions. It is assumed that you have some experience programming in PL/SQL.


This document contains the following:

Chapter 1, "Introduction"

Explains workspace management concepts.

Chapter 2, "Procedures: Reference"

Provides reference information about the Workspace Manager application programming interface.

Chapter 3, "Metadata Views"

Describes metadata views created and maintained by Workspace Manager.

Appendix A, "Installing Workspace Manager with Custom Databases"

Describes how to install Workspace Manager with Oracle databases other than the seed database and databases created using the Database Configuration Assistant (DBCA). (Workspace Manager is installed by default in the seed database and databases using DBCA.)

Appendix B, "Error Messages"

Lists the error messages for Workspace Manager, with the cause and suggested user action for each error.


Defines important terms specific to Workspace Manager

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