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Dropping Database Links → You can drop a database link just as you can drop a table or view. If the link is private, then it … must be in your schema. If the link is public, then you must have the DROP PUBLIC DATABASE LINK … system privilege. The statement syntax is as follows, where dblink is the name of the
Auditing Database Links → and accesses a remote database through a database link, the local actions are audited in the local … actions of the username--in this case, scott on the hq database--embedded in the link if the desired … use of a database link, although access to remote objects can be
Creating Public Database Links → To create a public database link, use the keyword PUBLIC (where link_name is the global database … name or an arbitrary link name): CREATE PUBLIC DATABASE LINK link_name...; Following are examples of … public database links: SQL Statement Result CREATE PUBLIC DATABASE
Creating Private Database Links → To create a private database link, specify the following (where link_name is the global database … name or an arbitrary link name): CREATE DATABASE LINK link_name...; Following are examples of private … database links: SQL Statement Result CREATE DATABASE
Using Shared Database Links → Every application that references a remote server using a standard database link establishes a … connection between the local database and the remote database. Many users running applications … simultaneously can cause a high number of connections between the local and remote databases. Shared database
Closing Database Links → If you access a database link in a session, then the link remains open until you close the session … same public link in a local database, then 20 database link connections are open. If 20 users open … sessions and each user accesses a private link,
Using Connection Qualifiers to Specify Service Names Within Link Names → Creating a Connected User Database Link To create a connected user database link, omit the CONNECT … TO clause. The following syntax creates a connected user database link, where dblink is the name of … the link and net_service_name is an optional connect string: CREATE
Specifying Whether Downstream Capture Uses a Database Link → You specify whether an existing downstream capture process uses a database link to the source … database link, or you set the use_database_link parameter to FALSE to specify that the downstream … capture process does not use a database link. If you want a capture process that is not
Displaying the Queues and Database Link for Each Propagation → propagation name The source queue name The database link used by the propagation The destination queue … SOURCE_QUEUE_NAME HEADING 'Source|Queue|Name' FORMAT A17 COLUMN DESTINATION_DBLINK HEADING 'Database|Link' FORMAT … database. The query in this section displays the following information about each
Managing a Distributed Database: Examples → Public Fixed User Database Link Example 2: Creating a Public Fixed User Shared Database Link Example 3 … : Creating a Public Connected User Database Link Example 4: Creating a Public Connected User Shared … Database Link Example 5: Creating a Public
Database Role Schema Enterprise Users → shared schema. Note: You cannot access a current user database link in a shared schema. For example … GRANT select ON emp; CREATE PUBLIC DATABASE LINK sales_link CONNECT AS CURRENT_USER USING 'sales … create the following: A global user in a centralized directory A user in every database that the global
Creating Fixed User Database Links → To create a fixed user database link, you embed the credentials (in this case, a username and … password) required to access the remote database in the definition of the link: CREATE DATABASE LINK … : SQL Statement Result CREATE PUBLIC DATABASE LINK
Authentication Without Passwords → When using a connected user or current user database link, you can use an external authentication … connected user link to connect as herself to a remote database, the local server passes the security ticket to the remote database. … passed from server to server and can be authenticated by a database
Obtaining Privileges Necessary for Creating Database Links → A database link is a pointer in the local database that lets you access objects on a remote … database. To create a private database link, you must have been granted the proper privileges. The … following table illustrates which privileges are required on which database
Contents → Synchronous Replication Incomplete Database Link Specifications Incorrect Replication Catalog Views … Mechanisms Master Site Roles/Users Database Links and Replication Replication Objects Alternatives to … Materialized View Site Create Database Links Assign Privileges Schedule Purge at Master Site … Materialized
Creating Shared Links to Dedicated Servers → the definition of the service name. Figure 30-1 A Shared Database Link to Dedicated Server Processes … Description of \"Figure 30-1 A Shared Database Link to Dedicated Server Processes\"
Determining Whether to Use Shared Database Links → database link is expected to be much larger than the number of server processes in the local database … . The following table illustrates three possible configurations involving database links: Link Type … database link, and 100 users simultaneously require a connection,
Creating Shared Links to Shared Servers → configured as shared servers. Figure 30-2 Shared Database Link to Shared Server Description of … \"Figure 30-2 Shared Database Link to Shared Server\" See Also: Oracle Database Net Services
Creating Connected User and Current User Database Links → link. The credentials used to connect to the remote database can change depending on the user that … references the database link and the operation performed by the application. Note: For many … achieve this result is to create a procedure that contains a fixed user or current user database link
Using Database Links with IR Subprograms → You can create a database link to use invoker's rights: CREATE DATABASE LINK link_name CONNECT TO … CURRENT_USER USING connect_string; A current-user link lets you connect to a remote database as … database link. If global user HR invokes the subprogram,
Changing a Global Database Name: Scenario → --------- ----------- db_domain US.ACME.COM You then create a database link to a database called hq, using only a … partially-specified global name: CREATE DATABASE LINK hq USING 'sales'; The database expands the … global database name for this link
Determining Which Links Are in the Database → user who created the database link. If the link is public, then the user is listed as PUBLIC … . DB_LINK All The name of the database link. USERNAME All If the link definition includes a fixed user, then … name used to connect to the remote database. CREATED All Creation
Controlling Connections Established by Database Links → them. Note that when you issue a SELECT statement across a database link, a transaction lock is placed … session using the ALTER SESSION statement with the CLOSE DATABASE LINK clause. For example, assume … terminates the session in the remote database pointed to by the sales database
Are More Actions Required for Downstream Capture Without a Database Link? → When downstream capture is configured with a database link, the database link can be used to … . When downstream capture is configured without a database link, these actions must be performed … actions must be performed manually when you configure downstream capture without a database
References to Objects in Remote Databases → name of the database link to that database. A database link is a schema object that causes Oracle to … To refer to objects in databases other than your local database, follow the object name with the … connect to a remote database to access an object there. This section
Dropping a Database Link → To drop a database link in Object Browser: On the Workspace home page, click SQL Workshop and then … Selection pane, select a database link. The Object Details View appears. Click Drop. … Object Browser. Object Browser appears. From the Object list, select Database Links. From the Object
Incomplete Database Link Specifications → problem with how you have specified the destination for the transaction. When you create a scheduled link, you must provide the full database link name.
Creating a Database Link → To create a database link: On the Workspace home page, click SQL Workshop and then Object Browser … . Object Browser appears. Click Create. From the list of object types, select Database Link. Specify … the following information and click Next. Database Link Name Connect To Schema Password
4.4 Database Link Behavior → A connection to the gateway is established through a database link when it is first used in an … or user can access the same database link and get a distinct connection to the gateway and DRDA database. … Oracle database session. In this context, a connection refers to both the connection
Browsing a Database Link → To browse a database link: On the Workspace home page, click SQL Workshop and then Object Browser … , select a database link. The Object Details view appears. Summary of Available Views Click the tabs … at the top of the page to view different reports about the database link. Table 16-11
Contents → Link Browsing a Database Link Dropping a Database Link Managing Materialized Views Creating a … Application Viewing Underlying Database Objects Viewing the Database Object Dependencies Report Viewing … Database Objects in Object Browser Part II Application
Contents → Conditional Compilation Examples Using Conditional Compilation to Specify Code for Database Versions Using … Records Into the Database Updating the Database with Record Values Restrictions on Record Inserts and … /SQL How the Database Does Implicit Rollbacks Ending Transactions Setting Transaction Properties (SET
Third-Party File Transfer → the previous example, you can perform a third-party file transfer if you have a database link from A … to either B or C, and that database has a database link to the other database. Database A does not … need a database link to both
Contents → Database Link 4.15 Create/Edit Index 4.16 Create/Edit Materialized View Log 4.17 Create PL/SQL Package … Menus for SQL Developer 1.3 Database Objects 1.3.1 Database Links (Public and Private) 1.3.2 … Database Connections 1.5 Entering and Modifying Data 1.6 Running and Debugging Functions and
Contents → Link 3.1.1 Creating Database Links 3.1.2 Dropping Database Links 3.1.3 Examining Available Database … Link Behavior 4.5 Oracle Database SQL Construct Processing 4.5.1 Compatible SQL Functions 4.5.2 … Measurements 1 Introduction 1.1 Introduction to the Oracle Database
Changing the Domain in a Global Database Name → database name or on the resolution of database link names. The following example shows the syntax for … Use the ALTER DATABASE statement to change the domain in a database global name. Note that after … the database is created, changing the initialization parameter DB_DOMAIN has no effect
Name Resolution When No Global Database Name Is Specified → If a global object name references an object in the local database and a database link name is not … statement does not specify a global database name using a database link connect string, the database does not search for database links. … specified
Example of Global Object Name Resolution: Complete Object Name → appropriate path to the remote database using both a private and public database link. For this … issued by scott at the local database: CONNECT scott@hq CREATE PUBLIC DATABASE LINK sales.division3 … following statements: CONNECT jward@hq CREATE DATABASE LINK
Terminating the Search for Name Resolution → Response Example Do not specify the CONNECT clause Uses a connected user database link CREATE … DATABASE LINK k1 USING 'prod' Do specify the CONNECT TO... IDENTIFIED BY clause Uses a fixed user … database link CREATE DATABASE LINK k2 CONNECT TO scott
Contents → Accessing Documentation Related Documentation Conventions What's New in Oracle Database 11g New Components … Available for Installation Changes in the Install Options Database Configuration Assistant Database … Components in Oracle Database 11 g Release 1 (11.1) 1 Overview of Oracle Database Installation