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Oracle® In-Memory Database Cache Introduction
Release 11.2.1

Part Number E14261-06
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What's New

This section summarizes the new features of Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database release 11.2.1 that are described in this guide. It provides links to more information.

New features in Release 11.2.1.1.0

This section lists new features for Release 11.2.1.1.0 that are described in this guide.

PL/SQL support

TimesTen supports PL/SQL. See "SQL and PL/SQL functionality" and "PL/SQL".

OCI and Pro*C support

TimesTen supports OCI and Pro*C. See "OCI and Pro*C/C++ Precompiler support".

Cache grid

A cache grid consists of one or more grid members each backed by an Oracle In-Memory Database Cache (IMDB Cache). Grid members cache tables from a central Oracle database or Real Application Cluster (Oracle RAC). See "Cache grid".

Dynamic cache groups

In a dynamic cache group, new data is loaded into IMDB Cache tables on demand or manually. See "Dynamic cache groups and explicitly loaded cache groups".

Oracle Clusterware

You can use Oracle Clusterware to manage recovery of a TimesTen active standby pair. See "Replication failover and recovery".

Bitmap indexes

TimesTen supports bitmap indexes. See "Indexes".

Automatic client failover

You can configure automatic client failover for databases that have active standby pairs with client/server connections. See "Replication failover and recovery".

Asynchronous materialized views

You can create a materialized view whose maintenance is deferred until after a transaction has been committed on the detail tables. See "Materialized views and XLA".