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Oracle® In-Memory Database Cache Introduction
Release 11.2.1

Part Number E14261-06
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A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  L  M  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  X 

A

Access Control, 9.2
object level, 1.2.4
active standby pair, 6.3.1
administration
command line utilities, 9.3
aging
cache group, 8.3
data, 1.2.10
APIs, 3.10
asynchronous materialized view, 7.2
autorefresh, 8.5.1
AWT cache group, 8.2

B

bitmap index, 5.4

C

C++ interface, 3.10.3, 7.1
cache grid
definition, 8.1
cache group
aging, 8.3
asynchronous writethrough, 8.2
definition, 3.7
dynamic, 8.3
explicitly loaded, 8.3
global, 8.4
local, 8.4
passthrough feature, 8.7
read-only, 8.2
synchronous writethrough, 8.2
user managed, 8.2
cache instance, 8.2
character sets, 1.2.11
checkpoint operation, 1.2.7
checkpoints
blocking, 6.2.2
fuzzy, 6.2.1
nonblocking, 6.2.1
client
configuring automatic failover on Windows, 6.3.4
client/server connection, 1.2.6, 3.9.2
cluster managers, 6.3.4
commit behavior, 6.1.3
concurrency, 1.2.9
connection
client/server, 3.9.2
direct driver, 3.9.1
driver manager, 3.9.3

D

data structures, 3.3
direct driver connection, 1.2.6, 3.9.1
distributed transactions, 1.2.5
driver manager connection, 3.9.3
durability, 1.2.7
durable commits, 6.1.1
dynamic cache group
definition, 8.3

E

explicitly loaded cache group
definition, 8.3

F

failover
configuring for client on Windows, 6.3.4
flush
from IMDB Cache to Oracle database, 8.5.2

G

global cache group
definition, 8.4
globalization support, 1.2.11

H

hash index, 5.4

I

IMDB Cache, 1.2.15
scenarios, 2
using, 2
index
bitmap, 5.4
hash, 5.4
range, 5.4
isolation, 1.2.9

J

JTA, 3.10.2
JTA interface, 1.2.5

L

linguistic sorting, 1.2.11
local cache group
definition, 8.4
log buffer
writing to disk, 6.1.1
logging, 1.2.7
transaction, 6.1

M

materialized view
asynchronous, 7.2
materialized views, 7.2
comparing with other databases, 7.2
monitoring
transaction logs, 1.2.12

O

OCI support, 1.2.3
ODBC Administrator, 9.6
ODBC interface, 1.2.1
optimizer
scan methods, 5.5
Oracle Call Interface support, 1.2.3
Oracle Clusterware, 6.3.4
Oracle In-Memory Database Cache, 1

P

passthrough feature, 8.7
PL/SQL, 1.2.2
PL/SQL interface, 3.10.4
Pro*C/C++ Precompiler, 1.2.3
processes
database, 3.4
propagate
changes from IMDB Cache to Oracle database, 8.5.2

Q

query optimizer, 1.2.8

R

range index, 5.4
read-only cache group, 8.2
refresh
manual (cache group), 8.5.1
replication, 1.2.14
active standby pair, 6.3.1
as part of architecture, 3.8
distributed workload, 6.3.2.2
failover, 6.3.4
multiple subscribers, 6.3.2.1
propagation to subscribers, 6.3.2.1
split workload, 6.3.2.2
unidirectional, 6.3.2.1

S

scan methods, 5.5
shared libraries, 3.2
SNMP traps, 7.3
SQL Developer, 9.5
SWT cache group, 8.2

T

TimesTen
scenarios, 2
using, 2
Transaction Log API, 1.2.12, 3.10.1, 7.1
transaction logging, 1.2.7, 6.1
transactions
recovery, 1.2.7
replication, 1.2.7
rollback, 1.2.7
TTClasses, 3.10.3

U

upgrading TimesTen, 9.7
user managed cache group, 8.2

X

XA, 3.10.2
XA interface, 1.2.5
XLA, 1.2.12, 3.10.1, 7.1