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Oracle® Streams Advanced Queuing User's Guide
11g Release 1 (11.1)

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List of Examples

4-1 Creating Objects Containing VARRAYs
8-1 Setting Up AQ Administrative Users
8-2 Setting Up AQ Administrative Example Types
8-3 Creating a Queue Table for Messages of Object Type
8-4 Creating a Queue Table for Messages of RAW Type
8-5 Creating a Queue Table for Messages of LOB Type
8-6 Creating a Queue Table for Messages of XMLType
8-7 Creating a Queue Table for Grouped Messages
8-8 Creating Queue Tables for Prioritized Messages and Multiple Consumers
8-9 Creating a Queue Table with Commit-Time Ordering
8-10 Creating an 8.1-Compatible Queue Table for Multiple Consumers
8-11 Creating a Queue Table in a Specified Tablespace
8-12 Creating a Queue Table with Freelists or Freelist Groups
8-13 Altering a Queue Table by Changing the Primary and Secondary Instances
8-14 Altering a Queue Table by Changing the Comment
8-15 Dropping a Queue Table
8-16 Dropping a Queue Table with force Option
8-17 Purging All Messages in a Queue Table
8-18 Purging All Messages in a Named Queue
8-19 Purging All PROCESSED Messages in a Named Queue
8-20 Purging All Messages in a Named Queue and for a Named Consumer
8-21 Purging All Messages from a Named Sender
8-22 Upgrading a Queue Table from 8.1-Compatible to 10.0-Compatible
8-23 Creating a Queue for Messages of Object Type
8-24 Creating a Queue for Messages of RAW Type
8-25 Creating a Queue for Messages of LOB Type
8-26 Creating a Queue for Grouped Messages
8-27 Creating a Queue for Prioritized Messages
8-28 Creating a Queue for Prioritized Messages and Multiple Consumers
8-29 Creating a Queue to Demonstrate Propagation
8-30 Creating an 8.1-Style Queue for Multiple Consumers
8-31 Altering a Queue by Changing Retention Time
8-32 Starting a Queue with Both Enqueue and Dequeue Enabled
8-33 Starting a Queue for Dequeue Only
8-34 Stopping a Queue
8-35 Dropping a Standard Queue
8-36 Creating a Transformation
8-37 Granting AQ System Privileges
8-38 Revoking AQ System Privileges
8-39 Granting Queue Privilege
8-40 Revoking Dequeue Privilege
8-41 Adding a Subscriber at a Designated Queue at a Dababase Link
8-42 Adding a Single Consumer Queue at a Dababase Link as a Subscriber
8-43 Adding a Subscriber with a Rule
8-44 Adding a Subscriber and Specifying a Transformation
8-45 Propagating from a Multiple-Consumer Queue to a Single Consumer Queue
8-46 Altering a Subscriber Rule
8-47 Removing a Subscriber
8-48 Scheduling a Propagation to Queues in the Same Database
8-49 Scheduling a Propagation to Queues in Another Database
8-50 Scheduling Queue-to-Queue Propagation
8-51 Verifying a Queue Type
8-52 Altering a Propagation Schedule to Queues in the Same Database
8-53 Altering a Propagation Schedule to Queues in Another Database
8-54 Enabling a Propagation to Queues in the Same Database
8-55 Enabling a Propagation to Queues in Another Database
8-56 Disabling a Propagation to Queues in the Same Database
8-57 Disabling a Propagation to Queues in Another Database
8-58 Unscheduling a Propagation to Queues in the Same Database
8-59 Unscheduling a Propagation to Queues in Another Database
10-1 Enqueuing a Message, Specifying Queue Name and Payload
10-2 Enqueuing a Message, Specifying Priority
10-3 Creating an Enqueue Procedure for LOB Type Messages
10-4 Enqueuing a LOB Type Message
10-5 Enqueuing Multiple Messages
10-6 Adding Subscribers RED and GREEN
10-7 Enqueuing Multiple Messages to a Multiconsumer Queue
10-8 Enqueuing Grouped Messages
10-9 Enqueuing a Message, Specifying Delay and Expiration
10-10 Enqueuing a Message, Specifying a Transformation
10-11 Enqueuing an Array of Messages
10-12 Listening to a Single-Consumer Queue with Zero Timeout
10-13 Dequeuing Object Type Messages
10-14 Creating a Dequeue Procedure for LOB Type Messages
10-15 Dequeuing LOB Type Messages
10-16 Dequeuing Grouped Messages
10-17 Dequeuing Messages for RED from a Multiconsumer Queue
10-18 Dequeue in Browse Mode and Remove Specified Message
10-19 Dequeue in Locked Mode and Remove Specified Message
10-20 Dequeuing an Array of Messages
10-21 Registering for Notifications
10-22 Posting Object-Type Messages
12-1 Registering Through the Database Using JDBC Connection Parameters
12-2 Registering Through the Database Using a JDBC URL
12-3 Registering Through LDAP Using JDBC Connection Parameters
12-4 Registering Through LDAP Using a JDBC URL
12-5 Unregistering Through the Database
12-6 Unregistering Through LDAP
12-7 Getting a QueueConnectionFactory with JDBC URL
12-8 Getting a QueueConnectionFactory with JDBC Connection Parameters
12-9 Getting a TopicConnectionFactory with JDBC URL
12-10 Getting a TopicConnectionFactory with JDBC Connection Parameters
12-11 Getting a QueueConnectionFactory or TopicConnectionFactory in LDAP
12-12 Getting a Queue or Topic in LDAP
12-13 Creating a Queue Table
12-14 Getting a Queue Table
12-15 Creating a Point-to-Point Queue
12-16 Creating a Publish/Subscribe Topic
12-17 Specifying Max Retries and Max Delays in Messages
12-18 Granting Oracle Streams AQ System Privileges
12-19 Revoking Oracle Streams AQ System Privileges
12-20 Granting Publish/Subscribe Topic Privileges
12-21 Revoking Publish/Subscribe Topic Privileges
12-22 Granting Point-to-Point Queue Privileges
12-23 Revoking Point-to-Point Queue Privileges
12-24 Starting a Destination
12-25 Stopping a Destination
12-26 Altering a Destination
12-27 Dropping a Destination
12-28 Scheduling a Propagation
12-29 Enabling a Propagation Schedule
12-30 Altering a Propagation Schedule
12-31 Disabling a Propagation Schedule
12-32 Unscheduling a Propagation
13-1 Creating a QueueConnection with Username/Password
13-2 Creating a QueueConnection with an Open JDBC Connection
13-3 Creating a QueueConnection from a Java Procedure Inside Database
13-4 Creating a QueueConnection with an Open OracleOCIConnectionPool
13-5 Creating a Transactional QueueSession
13-6 Creating a Sender to Send Messages to Any Queue
13-7 Creating a Sender to Send Messages to a Specific Queue
13-8 Sending Messages Using a QueueSender by Specifying Send Options 1
13-9 Sending Messages Using a QueueSender by Specifying Send Options 2
13-10 Creating a QueueBrowser Without a Selector
13-11 Creating a QueueBrowser With a Specified Selector
13-12 Creating a QueueBrowser Without a Selector, Locking Messages
13-13 Creating a QueueBrowser With a Specified Selector, Locking Messages
13-14 Creating a QueueBrowser for ADTMessages
13-15 Creating a QueueBrowser for AdtMessages, Locking Messages
13-16 Creating a QueueReceiver Without a Selector
13-17 Creating a QueueReceiver With a Specified Selector
13-18 Creating a QueueReceiver for AdtMessage Messages
14-1 Creating a TopicConnection with Username/Password
14-2 Creating a TopicConnection with Open JDBC Connection
14-3 Creating a TopicConnection with New JDBC Connection
14-4 Creating a TopicConnection with Open OracleOCIConnectionPool
14-5 Creating a TopicSession
14-6 Publishing Without Specifying Topic
14-7 Publishing Specifying Correlation and Delay
14-8 Publishing Specifying Topic
14-9 Publishing Specifying Priority and TimeToLive
14-10 Publishing Specifying a Recipient List Overriding Topic Subscribers
14-11 Creating a Durable Subscriber for a JMS Topic Without Selector
14-12 Creating a Durable Subscriber for a JMS Topic With Selector
14-13 Creating a Durable Subscriber for an Oracle Object Type Topic Without Selector
14-14 Creating a Durable Subscriber for an Oracle Object Type Topic With Selector
14-15 Sending Messages to a Destination Using a Transformation
14-16 Specifying Transformations for Topic Subscribers
14-17 Creating a Remote Subscriber for Topics of JMS Messages
14-18 Creating a Remote Subscriber for Topics of Oracle Object Type Messages
14-19 Specifying Transformations for Remote Subscribers
14-20 Unsubscribing a Durable Subscription for a Local Subscriber
14-21 Unsubscribing a Durable Subscription for a Remote Subscriber
14-22 Creating a TopicReceiver for Standard JMS Type Messages
14-23 Creating a TopicReceiver for Oracle Object Type Messages
14-24 Creating a TopicBrowser Without a Selector
14-25 Creating a TopicBrowser With a Specified Selector
14-26 Creating a TopicBrowser Without a Selector, Locking Messages While Browsing
14-27 Creating a TopicBrowser With a Specified Selector, Locking Messages
14-28 Creating a TopicBrowser for AdtMessage Messages
14-29 Creating a TopicBrowser for AdtMessage Messages, Locking Messages
14-30 Creating a TopicBrowser with a Specified Selector
15-1 Getting Underlying JDBC Connection from JMS Session
15-2 Getting Underlying OracleOCIConnectionPool from JMS Connection
15-3 Setting Default TimeToLive for All Messages Sent by a MessageProducer
15-4 Setting Default Priority Value for All Messages Sent by QueueSender
15-5 Setting Default Priority Value for All Messages Sent by TopicPublisher
15-6 Using a Message Consumer by Specifying Timeout
15-7 JMS: Blocking Until a Message Arrives
15-8 JMS: Nonblocking Messages
15-9 JMS: Receiving Messages from a Destination Using a Transformation
15-10 Specifying Navigation Mode for Receiving Messages
15-11 Specifying Message Listener at Message Consumer
15-12 Getting Message Property as an Object
15-13 Specifying Exception Listener for Connection
15-14 Getting the Exception Listener for the Connection
16-1 Setting Up Environment for Running JMS Types Examples
16-2 Populating and Enqueuing a BytesMessage
16-3 Dequeuing and Retrieving JMS BytesMessage Data
16-4 Populating and Enqueuing a JMS StreamMessage
16-5 Dequeuing and Retrieving Data From a JMS StreamMessage
16-6 Populating and Enqueuing a JMS MapMessage
16-7 Dequeuing and Retrieving Data From a JMS MapMessage
16-8 Enqueuing a Large TextMessage
16-9 Enqueuing a Large BytesMessage
18-1 Adding Static Service Information for a Listener
18-2 Configuring MGW_AGENT
18-3 Creating a Messaging Gateway Administrator User
18-4 Creating a Messaging Gateway Agent User
18-5 Configuring Messaging Gateway Connection Information
18-6 Setting Java Properties
19-1 Creating a Messaging Gateway Agent
19-2 Removing a Messaging Gateway Agent
19-3 Setting Database Connection Information
19-4 Setting the Resource Limits
19-5 Starting the Messaging Gateway Agent
19-6 Shutting Down the Messaging Gateway Agent
19-7 Configuring a WebSphere MQ Base Java Link
19-8 Configuring a WebSphere MQ JMS Link
19-9 Configuring a WebSphere MQ Base Java Link for SSL
19-10 Configuring a TIB/Rendezvous Link
19-11 Altering a WebSphere MQ Link
19-12 Removing a Messaging Gateway Link
19-13 Listing All Messaging Gateway Links
19-14 Checking Messaging System Link Configuration Information
19-15 Registering a WebSphere MQ Base Java Queue
19-16 Unregistering a Non-Oracle Queue
19-17 Checking Which Queues Are Registered
19-18 Creating a Messaging Gateway Propagation Job
19-19 Enabling a Messaging Gateway Propagation Job
19-20 Disabling a Messaging Gateway Propagation Job
19-21 Resetting a Propagation Job
19-22 Altering Propagation Job by Adding an Exception Queue
19-23 Altering Propagation Job by Changing the Polling Interval
19-24 Removing a Propagation Job
20-1 Transformation Function Signature
20-2 Creating a Transformation
20-3 Registering a Transformation
20-4 Outbound LCR Transformation
20-5 Inbound LCR Transformation
21-1 Sample Messaging Gateway Log File
21-2 Sample Exception Message
21-3 No EXECUTE Privilege on Object Type
21-4 No EXECUTE Privilege on Transformation Function
22-1 Creating ANYDATA Users
22-2 Creating an ANYDATA Queue
22-3 Adding a Subscriber to the ANYDATA Queue
22-4 Associating a User with an AQ_AGENT
22-5 Creating an Enqueue Procedure
22-6 Enqueuing a VARCHAR2 Message into an ANYDATA Queue
22-7 Enqueuing a NUMBER Message into an ANYDATA Queue
22-8 Enqueuing a User-Defined Type Message into an ANYDATA Queue
22-9 Determining the Consumer of Messages in a Queue
22-10 Creating a Dequeue Procedure for an ANYDATA Queue
22-11 Dequeuing Messages from an ANYDATA Queue
22-12 Granting EXECUTE Privilege on a Type
22-13 Creating a Typed Destination Queue
22-14 Creating a Database Link
22-15 Creating a Function to Extract a Typed Object from an ANYDATA Object
22-16 Creating an ANYDATA to Typed Object Transformation
22-17 Creating Subscriber ADDRESS_AGENT_REMOTE
22-18 Scheduling Propagation from an ANYDATA Queue to a Typed Queue
22-19 Enqueuing a Typed Message in an ANYDATA Wrapper
22-20 Viewing the Propagated Message
22-21 Creating a Queue of Type LCR$_ROW_RECORD
22-22 Creating an ANYDATA to LCR$_ROW_RECORD Transformation
22-23 Creating Subscriber ROW_LCR_AGENT_REMOTE
22-24 Creating a Procedure to Construct and Enqueue a Row LCR
22-25 Creating and Enqueuing a Row LCR
22-26 Viewing the Propagated LCR
23-1 Setting Up ANYDATA Users
23-2 Creating an ANYDATA Queue
23-3 Enabling Enqueue on the ANYDATA Queue
23-4 Creating an Orders Type
23-5 Creating a Customers Type
23-6 Creating a Procedure to Enqueue Non-LCR Messages
23-7 Creating a Procedure to Construct and Enqueue Row LCR Events
23-8 Creating a Function to Determine the Value of the Action Attribute
23-9 Creating a Message Handler
23-10 Creating an Evaluation Context for the Rule Set
23-11 Creating a Rule Set for the Apply Process
23-12 Creating a Rule that Evaluates to TRUE if Action Is Apply
23-13 Creating a Rule that Evaluates to TRUE for Row LCR Events
23-14 Adding Rules to the Rule Set
23-15 Creating an Apply Process
23-16 Granting EXECUTE Privilege on the Rule Set To oe User
23-17 Starting the Apply Process
23-18 Creating an Agent for Explicit Dequeue
23-19 Associating User oe with Agent explicit_dq
23-20 Adding a Subscriber to the oe_queue Queue
23-21 Creating a Procedure to Dequeue Messages Explicitly
23-22 Enqueuing Non-LCR Messages to Be Dequeued by an Apply Process
23-23 Enqueuing Non-LCR Messages to Be Dequeued Explicitly
23-24 Enqueuing Row LCRs to Be Dequeued by an Apply Process
23-25 Dequeuing Messages Explicitly
23-26 Querying for Applied Messages
23-27 Granting EXECUTE on DBMS_AQIN to User oe
23-28 Enabling JMS Types on an ANYDATA Queue
23-29 Creating Oracle Object Types address and person
23-30 Creating Java Classes That Map to Oracle Object Types
23-31 Java Code for Enqueuing Messages
23-32 Java Code for Dequeuing Messages
23-33 Compiling StreamsEnq.java and StreamsDeq.java
23-34 Running StreamsEnq
23-35 Running StreamsDeq