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SecureFiles LOB Considerations → When you use Data Pump Export to export SecureFiles LOBs, the resulting behavior depends on several … of these variables: If a table contains SecureFiles LOBs with ContentType and the Export VERSION … contains SecureFiles LOBs with ContentType and the Export VERSION parameter is set to a value of … contains a SecureFiles
SecureFiles LOB Considerations → SecureFiles LOBs are supported when database compatibility is set to 11.2 or higher. Only SQL_REDO … columns can be filled in for SecureFiles LOB columns; SQL_UNDO columns are not filled in … . Transparent data encryption and data compression can be enabled on SecureFiles LOB columns at the primary … database. De-duplication of
4.11.3 Oracle SecureFiles → SecureFiles The following sections describe improvements in Oracle SecureFiles.
Contents → Documentation Accessibility Related Documents Conventions What's New in Oracle Database SecureFiles … Number of Open BFILEs Changing Tablespace Storage for a LOB Part II SecureFiles LOBs 4 Using Oracle … SecureFiles LOBs About SecureFiles LOBs About Compression About Deduplication About Encryption … Using CREATE
Using SecureFiles → Introduced with Oracle Database 11 g Release 1, SecureFiles LOBs add powerful new features for LOB … compression, encryption, and deduplication. See Also: Oracle Database SecureFiles and Large Objects Developer's Guide
Options of SecureFiles LOBs → For SecureFiles (LOBs with the STORE AS SECUREFILE option, which were introduced in Oracle Database … SecureFiles and Large Objects Developer's Guide for complete details of relevant SQL functions and cross … -references to PL/SQL packages and information about migrating to SecureFiles
Using SecureFiles Deduplication → SecureFiles deduplication allows the Oracle Database to automatically detect duplicate LOB data … , and to conserve space by storing a single copy of the SecureFiles LOB.
1.10.5 SecureFiles Compression → You can use Oracle Database SecureFiles Compression (described briefly in Oracle Database … SecureFiles and Large Objects Developer's Guide ) to achieve lossless compression of GeoRaster raster data … tables (RDTs), thus compressing the GeoRaster objects. If you specify SecureFiles Compression for LOB … in all rows of that table
SecureFiles Content Types → SecureFiles can now be associated with a content type. Content types can be set using … . Primary documentation for this feature is in the Oracle Database SecureFiles and Large Objects
Using SecureFiles Encryption → SecureFiles introduce a new encryption capability for LOB data and extend Transparent Data … Encryption by enabling efficient random read and write access to encrypted SecureFiles LOBs.
SecureFiles LOB Types and Constants → The following types for SecureFiles LOBs enable additional flexibility for compression, encryption
Combining SecureFiles Compression, Encryption, and Deduplication → and encryption operations on duplicate SecureFiles LOBs. Compression is performed before encryption
C.14 Support for SecureFiles LOBs → SecureFiles LOBs are supported when the database compatibility level is set to 11.2 or higher … . Transparent data encryption and data compression can be enabled on SecureFiles LOB columns at the … primary database. De-duplication of SecureFiles LOB columns is not supported. Also, the following … operations contained within the
Capture Processes and Apply Processes Support SecureFiles LOBs → In prior releases of Oracle Database, Oracle Streams did not support SecureFiles LOBs. In Oracle … SecureFiles CLOB, NCLOB, and BLOB columns, and Oracle Streams apply processes can apply changes to … SecureFiles CLOB, NCLOB, and BLOB columns. See Also: \"Data Types Captured by Capture Processes\" \"Data Types Applied\"
Oracle SecureFiles → Oracle Database 11 g Release 1 (11.1) introduced Oracle SecureFiles, a completely new storage for … LOBs. See Also: Oracle Database SecureFiles and Large Objects Developer's Guide Following Features of … Oracle SecureFiles are transparently available to JDBC programs through the existing APIs … statements. Following Features of
SecureFiles LOBs → Part II SecureFiles LOBs This part covers issues that you must consider when designing applications … that use SecureFiles LOBs, stores, and Oracle Database File System. This part contains these … chapters: Chapter 4, \"Using Oracle SecureFiles LOBs\" Chapter 5, \"Introducing the Oracle Database File … SecureFiles
8 DBFS SecureFiles Store → This section contains the following topics: The DBFS SecureFiles Store Package, DBMS_DBFS_SFS Using a DBFS SecureFiles Store File System
About SecureFiles LOBs → Beginning with Oracle Database 11 g Release 1, Oracle introduced SecureFiles, a new LOB storage … architecture. SecureFiles LOBs are created when the storage keyword SECUREFILE appears in the CREATE … enable these features through the ALTER TABLE statement, all SecureFiles LOB data in the table is read
RETENTION Parameter for SecureFiles LOBs → Specifying the RETENTION parameter for SecureFiles indicates that the database manages consistent … read data for the SecureFiles storage dynamically, taking into account factors such as the UNDO mode … is the default. Specify NONE if no UNDO is required for either consistent read or flashback purposes. The default RETENTION for SecureFiles
Drop SecureFiles Store File Systems → To drop a SecureFiles Store file system Unmount the stores. connect sfs_demo/******; declare begin … ; end; / where: store_name is SecureFiles Store FS1 that uses table SFS_DEMO.T1. store_mount is the … (store_name => 'FS1'); commit; where store_name is SecureFiles Store FS1 that uses table SFS_DEMO.T1 … '); commit; where store_name