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Oracle9i Database New Features -- Contents → Database Release 2 (9.2) New Features Scalability and Performance Partitioning of Applications No Longer … Windows Integration Integration Capabilities 3 Oracle9 i Database Release 1 (9.0.1) New Features … Development Platform Enterprise Java Engine Extensible Markup Language New Features Oracle XML … Scalability Enhancements
Enhanced Disaster Recovery Environment → Oracle9 i sets a new standard for high availability with the introduction of four powerful new … Using Flashback Query Disaster Recovery and Data Protection Oracle9 i offers many new features for … can be activated as the new primary database with minimal disruption and with no data loss. Data
Storage, Management, and Aggregation of Content → Oracle9 i supports new formats for image storage and provides new XML searching and processing … include the following new features: Oracle Text Improvements Improvements to Oracle Text enhance its … manageability and scalability with new features to support XML searching Format Support by inter Media … AVI and
Real Application Clusters Guard II → supports comprehensive workload management to maintain high availability for Real Application Clusters databases and their applications. Real Application Clusters Guard II transfers application loads based on the concept of service names. Therefore, Real Application Clusters Guard II supports workload management based on service levels as well as applications using database services. Service names
The V$OPTION Table → To check the values for different options on your database, query the V$OPTION table: SQL> SELECT * FROM V$OPTION; The response, of course, varies depending upon the specific installation. A sample result might be: PARAMETER VALUE Partitioning TRUE Objects TRUE Real Application Clusters FALSE Advanced replication TRUE Bit-mapped indexes TRUE Connection multiplexing TRUE Connection pooling TRUE Database
Development Platform → Language New Features Oracle XML Developer's Kit SQL and PL/SQL Improvements Oracle Text
Enhanced Disaster Recovery Environment → Oracle9 i sets a new standard for high availability by the introduction of the following four … powerful new features to protect against downtime. Disaster Recovery System Fault Recovery User Error … Safeguards Planned Downtime Disaster Recovery Oracle9 i offers many new features for disaster recovery … . Key focus areas include
4 Oracle9 i Documentation → This chapter lists the generic books available online (that is, the books not specific to a particular operating system) that document the Oracle9 i Database, release 2. This chapter contains the following sections: Online Documentation Structure Documentation Titles
SYS Auditing Capability → Heightened user accountability and database security are now possible with the capability to audit all operations done by user SYS (includes all AS SYSDBA and AS SYSOPER connections).
Object Type Translator (OTT) Tags: Carrying Forward User Added Code → To extend the functionality of OTT generated code, at times programmers may want to add code in the OTT generated file. The way OTT can distinguish between OTT generated code and code added by the user is by looking for some predefined markers (tags). Support for these tags has been added in the Oracle9 i database release 2 (9.2) database. See Also: Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide
Enterprise Java Engine → programming interfaces (APIs) and containers by means of the following new features: A robust base
Scalability and Performance → New shared memory capabilities, improvements in Java session support, and networking and Oracle
Oracle9 i Server and SQL*Plus → Administration, Concepts, and Reference Oracle9i Database New Features A96531 Explains new features of … Enterprise Manager, descriptions of the new replication features in the current release, and information
Oracle Text → Table 4-6 Oracle Text Documentation Documentation Part Number Description Oracle Text Application Developer's Guide A96517 Contains information about how to build an application with Oracle Text, such as a text query application or document classification system. Examples are provided for creating a text table, indexing, and querying. This book also contains information about query tuning, document
Internet Content Management → Oracle9 i allows customers to store, manage and aggregate all types of multimedia content into a single database. Oracle9 i also significantly enhances the capabilities of the database to serve as a platform to create, manage, and deliver internet content. Key enhancements in Oracle9 i include the following: Storage, Management, and Aggregation of Content Oracle Spatial
XML and XML DB → recently, a new generation of XML standards, such as XML Schema, have enabled an unified data model … (W3C) XML data model into the Oracle server and provides new standard access methods for navigating and … operations over XML documents. This opens up the database for a new class of XML-shaped content. XML … cache, to minimize
Collaborative Projects → Oracle9 i provides organizations with the ability to create shared workspaces to support collaborative, long-duration projects. Workspaces support in-place, existing content and allow existing applications to run transparently against the workspace view of the database. Database content can be associated within a workspace and then used for a specific application while the underlying transaction database
Performance Enhancements → optimize performance. Cache Fusion Oracle9 i Real Application Clusters uses the new technology of Cache … , new improved virtual circuit I/O, and a unified event/wait model all substantially improve client … view names to the new names associated with Shared Server in Oracle9 i. The old names are maintained … for backward compatibility,
Business Intelligence → Oracle9 i continues to challenge the competition by providing the best platform support for business intelligence in medium to large scale enterprises. Oracle9 i technology focuses especially on the challenges raised by the large volume of data and the need for near real time complex analysis in an Internet-enabled environment. Additionally, Oracle9 i provides the first true business-intelligence
Availability → Oracle9 i extends Oracle's lead on the competition in the internet database availability critical for any e-business application. Key enhancements in Oracle9 i include the following: Enhanced Disaster Recovery Environment Streamlined Operational Database Management