Index

A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  L  M  N  O  P  R  S  T  U  V  W 

A

active master
change to standby, 5.6
detecting dual active masters, 5.7
dual failure recovery, 5.4
active standby pair, 3.13, 7.1
add or drop table column, 7.1
adding host to cluster, 8.6.3.1
adding or dropping a subscriber, 7.2
adding or dropping cache groups, 7.2
adding sequences and cache groups, 7.2
altering, 7.2
changing PORT or TIMEOUT connection attributes, 7.2
configuring network interfaces, 3.10, 4.3.3
create or drop index, 7.1
create or drop synonym, 7.1
defined, 1.5.1
detecting dual active masters, 5.7
disaster recovery, 6.11
dropping sequences and cache groups, 7.2
DSN, 3.4
examples of altering, 7.2.1
failback, 5.2.2, 6.5.2
overview, 1.5.1
recover after dual master failure, 5.4
recovering active master, 5.2
replicating a global AWT cache group, 6.3
replicating a local read-only cache group, 6.2
replicating materialized views, 3.14
replicating sequences, 3.15
restrictions, 3.3
return service, 3.8, 4.1
reverse roles, 5.6
setting up, 5.1
states, 3.1
SUBSCRIBER clause, 3.7
subscriber failure, 5.5
active standby pair with cache groups
dual failure recovery, 6.7
recovering active master, 6.5
subscriber failure, 6.8
ADD ELEMENT clause
DATASTORE, 12.1.3
ADMIN privilege, 3.6, 9.2
aging
replication, 1.9
ALTER ELEMENT clause, 12.1.1
ALTER REPLICATION state
using, 12.1
ALTER REPLICATION statement, 9.5.3
ALTER TABLE statement
and replication, 12.2
ALTER USER statement, 12.1
AppCheckCmd Clusterware attribute, A.1
AppFailoverDelay Clusterware attribute, A.1
AppFailureInterval attribute
Oracle Clusterware, A.1
AppFailureThreshold Clusterware attribute, A.1
application failover
Oracle Clusterware, 8.2.5
AppName Clusterware attribute, A.1
AppRestartAttempts attribute
Oracle Clusterware, A.1
AppScriptTimeout Clusterware attribute, A.1
AppStartCmd Clusterware attribute, A.1
AppStopCmd Clusterware attribute, A.1
AppType Clusterware attribute, A.1
AppUptimeThreshold attribute
Oracle Clusterware, A.1
asynchronous writethrough cache group
propagating to Oracle database, 1.6.2
replication, 1.6.1
attributes, connection
required, 10.1.2
autocommit mode
RETURN RECEIPT BY REQUEST, 4.1.3
RETURN TWOSAFE, 4.1.4
RETURN TWOSAFE BY REQUEST, 4.1.5
automatic catch-up, 15.2.3
automatic client failover, 3.11, 8.1
AutoRecover Clusterware attribute, A.1
AWT cache group
propagating to Oracle Database, 1.6.2
replicating, 1.6.1, 6.3
AWT cache groups
parallel threads, 10.1.3.1

B

bidirectional general workload
syntax example, 9.11.6
update conflicts, 9.11.6
bidirectional replication scheme
recovery, 9.1.1
return twosafe service, 4.1.4
bidirectional split workload
syntax example, 9.11.5
bookmarks in log, 10.1.4.3, 11.5

C

cache
changing cache administration user name or password, 6.4
changing user name or password, 6.4
cache grid
active standby pairs, 6.3
add cache group with Oracle Clusterware, 8.4.3.1
creating a cluster, 8.4.1
drop cache group with Oracle Clusterware, 8.4.3.2
managing with Oracle Clusterware, 8.4
recovery with Oracle Clusterware, 8.4.2, 8.5.5.2
schema changes with Oracle Clusterware, 8.4.3
cache groups
replicating, 1.6
replicating a global AWT cache group, 6.3
replicating a read-only cache group, 6.2
replicating a user managed cache group, 6.1
CacheAWTParallelism connection attribute, 10.1.3.1
CacheConnect Clusterware attribute, 8.2.3, A.1
catch-up feature
replication, 15.2.3
CHECK CONFLICTS clause
examples, 13.3.2
in CREATE REPLICATION statement, 9.6
classic replication
high availability, 9.1
classic replication scheme, 9
client failover, 8.1
automatic client failover, 3.11
cluster
virtual IP addresses, 8.1
cluster agent, 8.3.2
cluster manager
role, 9.1.1
cluster status, 8.7
cluster.oracle.ini file, 8.1
advanced availability, 8.2.2
advanced availability, one subscriber, 8.2.2
and sys.odbc.ini file, 8.2
application failover, 8.2.5, 8.2.5
attribute descriptions, A
automatic recovery from failure of both master nodes, 8.2.6
basic availability, 8.2.1
basic availability, one subscriber, 8.2.1
cache grid, 8.2.4
cache groups, 8.2.3
examples, 8.2
excluding tables, cache groups and sequences, 8.2.7
location, 8.2
manual recovery from failure of both master nodes, 8.2.6
specify route, 8.2.7
Clusterware, see Oracle Clusterware
columns
compressed, 3.5, 9.3
COMPRESS TRAFFIC clause
in CREATE ACTIVE STANDBY PAIR statement, 4.2.3
in CREATE REPLICATION statement, 4.2.3
compression
table columns, 3.5, 9.3
conflict
reporting, 13.4
XML Document Type Definition, 13.5
resolution, 13.1
update rules, 13.2
types, 13.1
CONFLICT REPORTING clause
in CREATE REPLICATION statement, 4.2.7, 4.2.7
copying a database
privileges, 3.2
copying a master database, 10.3
CREATE ACTIVE STANDBY PAIR statement, 5.1, 6.2
syntax, 3.6
create or drop table, 7.1
CREATE REPLICATION statement, 9.5.3
defining DATASTORE element, 9.5.1
defining table element, 9.5.2
use of, 9.2
CREATE USER statement, 12.1
crsctl command
check crs command, 8.3.1
verify Oracle Clusterware status, 8.3.1
crsTT directories, 8.1.2

D

data source name, 9.2.2
data types
size limits, 3.5, 9.3
database
connection failure, 4.2.6
duplicating, 10.3
failed, 4.2.6
ForceConnect connection attribute, 15.2.3
name, 9.2.2
objects
excluding from active standby pair, 3.12
temporary, 3.3, 9.5.1
DatabaseCharacterSet data store attribute, 10.1.2
DatabaseFailoverDelay Clusterware attribute, A.1
databases
establishing, 10.1.1
managing logs, 10.1.4
recovering, 9.1.1
required connection attributes for replication, 10.1.2
setting state, 10.7
DATASTORE element, 9.5, 9.5.1
adding to replication scheme, 12.1.3
and materialized views, 9.5.5
and nonmaterialized views, 9.5.5
DDL statements
replication, 7.1.1
DDLReplicationAction connection attribute, Preface, 7.1.1
DDLReplicationLevel connection attribute, Preface, 7.1.1
default column values
changing, 12.2
DISABLE RETURN clause
in CREATE ACTIVE STANDBY PAIR statement, 4.2.1.1.4
DISABLE RETURN policy, 4.2.1.1.4
active standby pair, 4.2.1.1.4, 4.2.1.1.6
disaster recovery
active standby pair with AWT cache group, 6.11
disaster recovery subscriber
Oracle Clusterware, 8.3.13
distributed workload configuration
recovery issues, 9.1.1
distributed workload replication, 1.5.2.2.2
DNS server
Windows, 4.3.4.2
DROP REPLICATION statement, 2.2.6, 12.4
DROP USER statement, 12.1
dropping replication scheme, 2.2.6, 12.4
DSN
creating, 2.2.1, 10.1.1
define for active standby pair, 3.4
defining, 9.2.2
DualMaster
Oracle Clusterware, 8.2.5
duplicating a database
privileges, 3.2
with cache groups, 3.2
duplicating a master database, 10.3
DURABLE COMMIT clause
in CREATE ACTIVE STANDBY PAIR statement, 4.2.1.1.6
in CREATE REPLICATION statement, 4.2.1.1.6
DURABLE COMMIT policy, 4.2.1.1.6

E

element
DATASTORE, 9.5.1
defined, 1.1
ELEMENT descriptions, 9.5
EXACT
table definition, 4.2.2
example
replicating tables to different subscribers, 9.11.3
EXCLUDE clause
in CREATE ACTIVE STANDBY PAIR statement, 3.12
EXCLUDE SEQUENCE clause
in ALTER REPLICATION statement, 12.1.3.2
in CREATE REPLICATION statement, 9.5.1
EXCLUDE TABLE clause
in ALTER REPLICATION statement, 12.1.3.2
in CREATE REPLICATION statement, 9.5.1

F

failback, 5.2.2
active standby pair, 6.5.2
failed database
connecting to, 4.2.6
failed state
replication, 10.7
failover, 3.11
failover and recovery
issues, 9.1.1
FAILTHRESHOLD attribute, 15.2.1
FAILTHRESHOLD clause
active standby pair, 4.2.1.1.3
altering, 12.1.13
example, 9.11.2
in CREATE ACTIVE STANDBY PAIR statement, 4.2.6, 4.2.6
in CREATE REPLICATION statement, 4.2.1.1.3, 4.2.1.1.3, 4.2.6
subscriber failures, 15.2.1
failure
return service, 4.2.1.1.2
subscriber, 5.5, 15.2.1
failure recovery script, 15.5
failure threshold
description, 10.1.4.3
displaying, 11.4.1
example, 9.11.2
subscriber failures, 15.2.1
FailureThreshold Clusterware attribute, A.1
ForceConnect connection attribute, 15.2.3, 15.2.3, 15.4
foreign keys
active standby pair replication, 3.13
classic replication, 9.5.3
ON DELETE CASCADE
classic replication, 9.5.3
replication, 1.8
full replication, 1.5.2.1
full store name
active standby pair, 3.7

G

general workload
syntax example, 9.11.6
GRANT statement, 12.1
GridPort Clusterware attribute, 8.2.4, A.1

H

high availability
classic replication
design, 9.1
host
IP address, 4.3
IP addresses, 4.3.4
local, 4.3
host name
identifying, 4.3.4, 9.5.1
hostname command, 9.5.1

I

INCLUDE clause
in CREATE ACTIVE STANDBY PAIR statement, 3.12
INCLUDE SEQUENCE clause
in ALTER REPLICATION statement, 12.1.3.1
in CREATE REPLICATION statement, 9.5.1
INCLUDE TABLE clause
in ALTER REPLICATION statement, 12.1.3.1
in CREATE REPLICATION statement, 9.5.1
IP addresses
replication, 4.3.4

L

LOB columns
size limit, 3.5, 9.3
LOCAL COMMIT ACTION clause
active standby pair, 4.2.1.1.7
LOCAL COMMIT ACTION policy, 4.2.1.1.7
log
locating bookmarks, 10.1.4.3, 11.5
management, 10.1.4
size and persistence, 10.1.4.1
threshold value, 10.1.4.3
log sequence number, 11.5
LogBufMB connection attribute, 10.1.4.3, 10.1.4.3
LogBufParallelism first connection attribute, 10.1.3.1
LogFileSize connection attribute, 10.1.4.3
logging, 10.1.4.3
logs
setting the size, 10.1.4.3
LSN, 11.5

M

master catch-up, 15.2.3
master database
defined, 9.2.2
MasterHosts Clusterware attribute, A.1
MasterStoreAttribute Clusterware attribute, A.1
MasterVIP Clusterware attribute, A.1
materialized views
active standby pair, 3.14
replicating, 9.5.5
monitoring replication, 11

N

network
bandwidth, 4.3
configuration, 4.3
WAN environment, 4.3, 4.3.2
network configuration
interfaces, 4.3.3
replication, 4.3
Network Time Protocol, see NTP
NO RETURN clause
in CREATE ACTIVE STANDBY PAIR statement, 4.1.6
in CREATE REPLICATION statement, 4.1.6
NTP
clock management, 8.1.2
-x option, 8.1.2
NVARCHAR columns
size limit, 3.5, 9.3
NVARCHAR2 columns
size limit, 3.5, 9.3

O

ocrConfig option, 8.3.3
ON DELETE CASCADE
classic replication, 9.5.3
foreign keys
active standby pair, 3.13
ON DELETE CASCADE clause
replication, 1.8
Oracle Cluster Registry
configuring for TimesTen cluster, 8.3.3
Oracle Clusterware, 8
add cache group to cache grid, 8.4.3.1
add subscriber not managed by Oracle Clusterware, 8.6.5.3
adding active standby pair to cluster, 8.6.4.1
adding subscriber to active standby pair, 8.6.5.1
altering tables and cache groups, 8.6.6
AppFailureInterval attribute, A.1
application failure, A.1
AppRestartAttempts, A.1
AppType=DualMaster, 8.2.5
AppUptimeThreshold, A.1
AppUptimeThreshold attribute, A.1
automatic recovery, 8.2.6
automatic recovery from dual failure, 8.5.5.1
cache grid, 8.2.4
cache grid recovery, 8.4.2, 8.5.5.2
changing cache administration user name or password, 8.6.11
changing internal user name or password, 8.6.11
cluster.oracle.ini and sys.odbc.ini files, 8.2
creating a cluster of cache grid members, 8.4.1
creating or dropping tables and cache groups, 8.6.6
crsctl start command, 8.5.7
crsctl stop command, 8.5.7
crsTT directories, 8.1.2
drop cache group from cache grid, 8.4.3.2
failure of both master nodes, 8.2.6
failure of more than two master hosts, 8.5.6
forced switchover, 8.5.7
GridPort attribute, 8.2.4
host maintenance, 8.6.9
machine room maintenance, 8.6.10
manual recovery for advanced availability, 8.5.5.3
manual recovery for basic availability, 8.5.5.4
message log files, 8.7.2
moving a database to another host, 8.6.8
network maintenance, 8.6.9
RAM policy, 8.6.12
rebuild subscriber not managed by Oracle Clusterware, 8.6.5.4
recovery process, 8.5.1
recovery when RETURN TWOSAFE, 8.5.5.6
remote disaster recovery subscriber, 8.3.13
removing active standby pair from cluster, 8.6.4.2
removing host from cluster, 8.6.3.2
removing subscriber from active standby pair, 8.6.5.2
required privileges, 8.1.1
restricted commands, 8.1.3
rolling upgrade, 8.6.1
routing, 8.2.7
schema changes in cache grid, 8.4.3
status, 8.7
stopping the TimesTen daemon, 8.3.4
storage for backups, 8.2.6
subscriber not managed by Oracle Clusterware, 8.3.14
switching the active and the standby, 8.6.7
TimesTen advanced level, 8.1
TimesTen basic level, 8.1
TimesTen cluster agent, 8.3.4, 8.3.4
TimesTen daemon monitor, 8.3.4, 8.3.4
tmp directory, 8.1.2
ttDaemonAdmin, 8.3.4
upgrading TimesTen, 8.6.2
using RepDDL attribute, 8.2.7
using with cache grid, 8.4
virtual IP addresses, 8.1
Oracle Clusterware attributes
AppCheckCmd, A.1
AppFailoverDelay, A.1
AppFailureThreshold, A.1
AppName, A.1
AppScriptTimeout, A.1
AppStartCmd, A.1
AppStopCmd, A.1
AppType, A.1
AutoRecover, A.1
CacheConnect, A.1
conditional, A.1
DatabaseFailoverDelay, A.1
FailureThreshold, A.1
GridPort, A.1
MasterHosts, A.1
MasterStoreAttribute, A.1
MasterVIP, A.1
optional, A.1, A.1
RemoteSubscriberHosts, A.1
RepBackupDir, A.1
RepBackupPeriod, A.1
RepDDL, 8.2.7, A.1
RepFullBackupCycle, A.1
required, A.1, A.1
ReturnServiceAttribute, A.1
SubscriberHosts, A.1
SubscriberStoreAttribute, A.1
SubscriberVIP, A.1
TimesTenScriptTimeout, A.1
VIPInterface, A.1
VIPNetMask, A.1
owner
replication scheme, 9.2.1

P

parallel replication, 10.1.3
attributes, 10.1.2
automatic, 10.1.3, 10.1.3.1
AWT, 10.1.3.1
DDL statements, 10.1.3
DML statements, 10.1.3
partitions
in a table, 4.2.2
PassThrough connection attribute
and RETURN TWOSAFE, 4.1.4
and RETURN TWOSAFE BY REQUEST, 4.1.5
pause state
replication, 10.7
performance
altered tables, 14.2
evaluation tool, 11.8
logging attributes, 10.1.4.3
replication, 14, 14.2
replication throughput, 14.3
PL/SQL object
replicating in an active standby pair, 7.1.3
PL/SQL objects
replicating, 12.1.2
PORT assignment
active standby pair, 4.2.4
PORT attribute
CREATE ACTIVE STANDBY PAIR statement, 4.2.4
CREATE REPLICATION statement, 4.2.4
ports
dynamic, 4.2.4
static, 4.2.4
privilege
create a replication scheme, 9.2
create an active standby pair, 3.6
propagation
example, 9.11.4
PROPAGATOR clause
example, 9.11.4
propagator database
defined, 9.2.2

R

RAM policy
Oracle Clusterware, 8.6.12
read-only cache group
replicating, 1.6.3
ReceiverThreads first connection attribute, 10.1.2
recovering failed databases, 9.1.1
recovery
return service, 4.2.1.1.2
RecoveryThreads attribute, 14.3
RELAXED
table checking, 14.2
table definition, 4.2.2, 4.2.2
RemoteSubscriberHosts Clusterware attribute, A.1
RepBackupDir Clusterware attribute, A.1
RepBackupPeriod Clusterware attribute, A.1
RepDDL Clusterware attribute, 8.2.7, A.1
example, 8.2.7
RepFullBackupCycle Clusterware attribute, A.1
replicated tables
requirements, 9.3
replicating over a network, 4.3
replication
across releases, 10.5
aging, 1.9
and ttAdmin, 10.6
AWT cache group, 1.6.1
cache groups, 1.6
classic, 1.5.2
bidirectional replication scheme, 1.5.2.2
direct, 1.5.2.3
distributed workload configuration, 1.5.2.2.2
foreign keys, 9.5.3
full replication, 1.5.2.1
propagation, 1.5.2.3
selective replication, 1.5.2.1
split workload, 1.5.2.2.1
unidirectional replication, 1.5.2.2
configuring timestamp comparison, 13.3
conflict reporting, 13.4
conflict resolution, 13.1
controlling, 10.7, 10.7
DDL statements, 7.1.1
described, 1.1
design decisions, 9.1
element, 1.1, 9.5
failed state, 10.7
FAILTHRESHOLD clause in CREATE ACTIVE STANDBY PAIR statement, 4.2.1.1.3
FAILTHRESHOLD clause in CREATE REPLICATION statement, 4.2.1.1.3
foreign keys, 1.8
active standby pair, 3.13
ON DELETE CASCADE, 3.13
gauging performance, 11.5
host IP addresses, 4.3.4
monitoring, 11
of materialized views, 9.5.5
of sequences, 9.5.4
ON DELETE CASCADE clause, 1.8
over a network, 1.5.2.3
parallelism, see parallel replication
pause state, 10.7
performance, 14.2
propagator database
definition, 1.5.2.3
relaxed checking, 4.2.2
restart policy, 10.6
return receipt, 1.4.2
start state, 10.7
starting, 10.6
state, 10.7
stop state, 10.7
stopped
return services policy, 4.2.1.1.3
stopping, 10.6, 10.6
tables with different definitions, 4.2.2
timestamp column maintenance, 13.3.2.1
unidirectional, 1.5.2.2
WAN environment, 4.3.2
replication agent
defined, 1.3
starting, 2.2.4, 10.6
stopping, 2.2.6, 10.6
replication daemon, see "replication agent"
replication performance, 14.3
replication scheme
active standby pair, 1.5.1
applying to DSNs, 10.2
configuring, 9.1
defining, 9.2
examples, 9.11
for cache groups, 1.6
naming, 9.2.1
owner, 9.2.1
types, 1.5
ReplicationApplyOrdering connection attribute, 10.1.3.1
ReplicationApplyOrdering data store attribute, 10.1.2, 10.1.3.1
ReplicationParallelism connection attribute, 10.1.3.1
ReplicationParallelism data store attribute, 10.1.2, 10.1.3.1
repschemes
ttIsql command, 11.4.1
resource
defined, 8.1
restart policy, 10.6
restrictions
active standby pairs, 3.3
RESUME RETURN clause
in CREATE ACTIVE STANDBY PAIR statement, 4.2.1.1.5
RESUME RETURN policy, 4.2.1.1.5
active standby pair, 4.2.1.1.5, 4.2.1.1.5
return receipt
definition, 1.4
RETURN RECEIPT BY REQUEST clause
example, 9.11.2
in CREATE ACTIVE STANDBY PAIR statement, 4.1.3
in CREATE REPLICATION statement, 4.1.3
RETURN RECEIPT clause
active standby pair, 4.1.2
CREATE REPLICATION statement, 4.1.2
example, 9.11.1, 9.11.2, 9.11.2
RETURN RECEIPT failure policy
report settings, 11.4.1
return receipt replication, 1.4.2
RETURN RECEPT timeout errors, 1.4.2
return service
active standby pair, 3.8, 4.1
blocking
disabling, 4.2.1.1.2
CREATE REPLICATION statement, 4.1
failure policy, 4.2.1.1, 4.2.1.1.2
in CREATE REPLICATION statement, 9.8
performance and recovery tradeoffs, 9.1.2
recovery policy, 4.2.1.1.2
timeout errors, 4.2.1.1
return services
policy
when replication stopped, 4.2.1.1.3
RETURN SERVICES clause
in CREATE ACTIVE STANDBY PAIR statement, 4.2.1.1.3
return twosafe
bidirectional replication scheme, 4.1.4, 4.1.4
definition, 1.4
Oracle Clusterware recovery, 8.5.5.6
RETURN TWOSAFE BY REQUEST clause
in CREATE ACTIVE STANDBY PAIR statement, 4.1.5
in CREATE REPLICATION statement, 4.1.5
RETURN TWOSAFE clause
in CREATE ACTIVE STANDBY PAIR statement, 4.1.4
in CREATE REPLICATION statement, 4.1.4
ReturnServiceAttribute Clusterware attribute, A.1
example, 8.5.5.6
REVOKE statement, 12.1
roles
reverse, 5.6
ROUTE clause
CREATE ACTIVE STANDBY PAIR statement, 4.3.3
CREATE REPLICATION statement, 4.3.3
in CREATE ACTIVE STANDBY PAIR statement, 3.10
in replication scheme, 9.10

S

selective replication, 1.5.2.1
SEQUENCE element, 9.5
sequences
adding to replication scheme, 12.1.1
changing element name, 12.1.7
dropping from replication scheme, 12.1.4
replicating, 1.7, 9.5.4
replicating in an active standby pair, 3.15
split workload, 1.5.2.2.1
replication scheme
recovery, 9.1.1
syntax example, 9.11.5
SQLGetInfo function
checking database state, 4.2.6
monitoring subscriber, 15.2.1
standby master
change to active, 5.6
dual failure recovery, 5.4
recover from failure, 5.3, 6.6
start state
replication, 10.7
starting the replication agent, 2.2.4, 10.6
status
cluster, 8.7
Oracle Clusterware, 8.7
stop state
replication, 10.7
stopping the replication agent, 2.2.6, 10.6
STORE attributes
in CREATE ACTIVE STANDBY PAIR statement, 3.9, 4.2
in CREATE REPLICATION statement, 4.2, 9.9
subscriber
adding to replication scheme, 12.1.5
displaying status, 11.3
dropping from replication scheme, 12.1.6
transaction log accumulation, 11.3
SUBSCRIBER clause
and return service, 9.8
in CREATE ACTIVE STANDBY PAIR statement, 3.7
return service, 4.1
subscriber database
defined, 9.2.2
subscriber failure, 5.5, 15.2.1
active standby pair with cache groups, 6.8
SubscriberHosts Clusterware attribute, A.1
subscribers
maximum number, 9.11.2
SubscriberStoreAttribute Clusterware attribute, A.1
SubscriberVIP Clusterware attribute, A.1

T

table
adding to replication scheme, 12.1.1
alter
performance, 14.2
changing element name, 12.1.7
definitions, 4.2.2
dropping from replication scheme, 12.1.4
excluding from database, 12.1.3.2
including in database, 12.1.3.1
partitioned, 4.2.2
relaxed checking, 4.2.2, 14.2
TABLE DEFINITION CHECKING clause
examples, 4.2.2
TABLE element, 9.5, 9.5.2
table requirements
active standby pairs, 3.5
replication schemes, 9.3
tables
altering and replication, 12.2
threshold log setting, 10.1.4.3
time
clock management
NTP, 8.1.2
timeout
return service for an active standby pair, 4.2.1
timestamp
from operating system, 13.2
timestamp column maintenance
by user, 13.3.2.2
system, 13.3.2.1
timestamp comparison
configuring, 13.3
local transactions, 13.2.1
TimesTen cluster agent, 8.3.2, 8.3.4, 8.3.4
TimesTen daemon monitor, 8.3.4, 8.3.4
TimesTenScriptTimeout Clusterware attribute, A.1
track
parallel replication, 10.1.3.2
transaction log
threshold, 4.2.6, 4.2.6
failed state, 4.2.6
transaction logs
analyze, 11.8
TRANSMIT DURABLE clause
in CREATE REPLICATION statement, 9.7
TRANSMIT NONDURABLE clause
and recovery, 15.4
in CREATE REPLICATION statement, 9.7
trapped transaction, 15.2.3.1
TRUNCATE TABLE statement, 12.3
truncating a replicated table, 12.3
TT_VARCHAR columns
size limit, 3.5, 9.3
ttAdmin utility
-ramPolicy option, 15.3.1, 15.3.2
-repPolicy option, 10.6
-repStart option, 10.6, 10.6
-repStop option, 10.6
ttCkpt built-in procedure, 10.1.4.2
ttCkptBlocking built-in procedure, 10.1.4.2
ttCRSActiveService process, 8.3.10
ttCRSAgent process, 8.3.4, 8.3.4
ttcrsagent.options file, 8.3.2, 8.3.2
ttCRSDaemon process, 8.3.4, 8.3.4
ttCRSMaster process, 8.3.10
ttCRSsubservice process, 8.3.10
ttCWAdmin
-beginAlterSchema option, 8.4.3, 8.6.6.1, 8.6.6.1
ttCWAdmin -beginAlterSchema command, 8.4.3, 8.6.6.1, 8.6.6.1
ttCWAdmin -endAlterSchema command, 8.4.3, 8.6.6.1
ttCWAdmin utility, 8.1, 8.2
-endAlterSchema option, 8.4.3, 8.6.6.1
ocrConfig option, 8.3.3
-relocate option, 8.6.8
required privileges, 8.1.1
-status option, 8.7
-switch option, 8.6.7
ttcwerrors.log file, 8.7.2
ttcwmsg.log file, 8.7.2
ttDestroy utility, 15.3.1
ttDestroyDataStore built-in procedure, 15.3.2
ttDurableCommit built-in procedure, 4.2.1.1.1
ttIsql utility
-f option, 10.2
ttMigrate utility
relaxedUpgrade option, 14.2, 14.2
ttRepAdmin utility
-bookmark option, 11.5.3
displaying subscriber information, 11.3.1
-duplicate option, 4.2.2, 9.7, 10.3, 15.2.3, 15.3.1, 15.3.1, 15.4
privileges for -duplicate options, 3.2
-ramLoad option, 15.3.1, 15.3.1
-receiver -list options, 11.3.1
-self -list options, 11.2.1
-showconfig option, 11.4.2
-state option, 10.7
ttRepDuplicate built-in procedure, 15.3.2
ttRepDuplicateEx C function
privileges, 3.2
ttReplicationStatus built-in procedure, 11.3.2
ttRepReturnTransitionTrap SNMP trap, 4.2.1.1.4
ttRepStart built-in procedure, 10.6, 12.1
ttRepStop built-in procedure, 10.6, 12.1
ttRepSubscriberStateSet built-in procedure, 10.7
ttRepSubscriberWait built-in procedure
replicating sequences, 3.15, 9.5.4
ttRepSyncGet built-in procedure, 4.1.3, 4.1.5, 4.1.5
ttRepSyncSet built-in procedure, 4.1.3, 4.1.3, 4.1.5, 4.2.1, 4.2.1, 4.2.1.1.7
different return services, 9.11.2
LOCAL ACTION policy, 4.2.1.1.7
RETURN RECEIPT BY REQUEST, 4.1.3
setting return service timeout, 4.2.1
ttRepSyncSubscriberStatus built-in procedure, 4.2.1.1, 11.7.1
DISABLE RETURN clause, 4.2.1.1.4
ttRepXactStatus built-in procedure, 4.1, 4.2.1.1.7, 4.2.1.1.7, 11.7.2
ttRepXactTokenGet built-in procedure, 11.7.2
ttXactLog utility
logAnalyze command, 11.8
TypeMode data store attribute, 10.1.2

U

unidirectional replication, 1.5.2.2
update conflicts
example, 9.11.6
syntax example, 9.11.6

V

VARBINARY columns
size limit, 3.5, 3.5, 9.3, 9.3
VARCHAR2 columns
size limit, 3.5, 9.3
views
active standby pair, 3.14
VIPInterface Clusterware attribute, A.1
VIPNetMask Clusterware attribute, A.1
virtual IP address
Oracle Clusterware, 8.1

W

WAN environment, 4.3.2
replication, 4.3
WINS server
Windows, 4.3.4.2