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Multimaster Replication → Multimaster replication (also called peer-to-peer or n -way replication) enables multiple sites … , acting as equal peers, to manage groups of replicated database objects. Each site in a multimaster
Why Use Multimaster Replication? → Figure 2-1 Multimaster Replication Description of \"Figure 2-1 Multimaster Replication\" Single … materialized view sites. Unlike multimaster replication, where updates to a single site are propagated … master site Master Sites A master site can be both a node in a multimaster replication environment … and the
Multimaster Replication Process → Figure 2-2 Multimaster Replication Supporting Multiple Points of Update Access Description of … \"Figure 2-2 Multimaster Replication Supporting Multiple Points of Update Access\" Support for … environment). A combination of multimaster and materialized view replication where groups of … materialized views are targeted to different
Other Options for Multimaster Replication → Asynchronous replication is the most common way to implement multimaster replication. However, you
Security Setup for Multimaster Replication → Replication interface in Oracle Enterprise Manager when configuring multimaster replication security. However
Multimaster and Materialized View Hybrid Configurations → Multimaster replication and materialized views can be combined in hybrid or \"mixed
Multimaster Support for Column Length Semantics → All master sites in a master group must have the same length semantics, and the individual columns of a master table must have the same length semantics at all master sites. When you have a table in a master group at a master definition site and you want to replicate that table to a new master site, you can create the table at the new site in one of the following ways: Specify that Advanced Replication
Step 9 Configure the new sites for multimaster replication by completing the following steps: → Ensure that the database structures, such as the data files, exist for the replicated schemas at each new master site. In this example, the replicated schema is hr. Set the global name for each new master site. The global name for each new master site must match the global names specified in the SPECIFY_NEW_MASTERS procedure that you ran in Step 4. You can query the DBLINK column in the DBA_REPSITES_NEW
Figure A-1 Advanced Replication Environment to be Migrated to Oracle Streams Description of \"Figure… → Complete the following steps to create the Oracle Streams administrator at each master site for the replication groups being migrated to Oracle Streams. For the sample environment described in \"Example Advanced Replication Environment to be Migrated to Oracle Streams\", complete these steps at orc1.example.com, orc2.example.com, and orc3.example.com: Connect as an administrative user who can create
Table B-3 Feature Availability with Standard or Enterprise Edition → Enterprise Edition only. Multimaster replication of SDO_GEOMETRY objects Supported with Enterprise
Types of Replication Environments → Advanced Replication supports the following types of replication environments: Multimaster … Replication Materialized View Replication Multimaster and Materialized View Hybrid Configurations
A Security Options → This appendix describes security options for multimaster and materialized view replication … environments. This appendix contains these topics: Security Setup for Multimaster Replication Security Setup for Materialized View Replication
Master Replication Concepts → understanding of how the individual architectural elements work together to create a multimaster replication … environment. This section contains these topics: What is Master Replication? Why Use Multimaster … Replication? Multimaster Replication Process Conflict Resolution Concepts How Replication Works with Object Types and Collections
13.6.1 Introduction to Replication Under Oracle Label Security → , including multimaster replication and updatable materialized views (snapshots). Oracle Database uses
Migration Script Generation and Use → DBMS_REPCAT.STREAMS_MIGRATION procedure at a master definition site in a multimaster replication
What is Master Replication? → Oracle has two types of master replication: single master replication and multimaster replication … . Multimaster replication includes multiple master sites, where each master site operates as an equal … master site environment, creating a hybrid replication environment (combination of multimaster and … materialized views Multimaster
2 Master Replication Concepts and Architecture → single master and multimaster replication environments. This chapter contains these topics: Master Replication Concepts Master Replication Architecture
Asynchronous replication → Applications can update any replicated table at any site in a multimaster configuration. Oracle … database servers operating as master sites in a multimaster environment automatically work to converge … . Asynchronous replication is the most common way to implement multimaster replication. Other ways include
Security and Replication → Security might be a concern in both multimaster and materialized view replication environments. You