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Contents → Conventions Part I Oracle Streams Replication Concepts 1 Understanding Oracle Streams Replication … Overview of Oracle Streams Replication Rules in an Oracle Streams Replication Environment Nonidentical … Replicas with Oracle Streams Subsetting with Oracle Streams Capture and Oracle Streams Replication
Replication Transparency → system. For more information about Oracle Database replication features, see Oracle Database Advanced Replication.
Contents → Accessibility Related Documents Conventions 1 Introduction to Advanced Replication Overview of … Replication Applications that Use Replication Replication Objects, Groups, and Sites Replication Objects … Replication Groups Replication Sites Types of Replication
Contents → Accessibility Related Documents Conventions Part I Configuring Your Replication Environment 1 Overview … of Advanced Replication Overview of Creating a Replication Environment Before You Start 2 … Configuring the Replication Sites Overview of Setting Up Replication Sites Setting Up Master Sites Setting
Contents → Conventions 1 Introduction to Data Replication and Integration About This Guide Before Using This Guide … What This Guide Is Not About Data Replication and Integration About Data Replication and Integration … 2 Common Data Replication and Integration Tasks Setting the GLOBAL_NAMES Initialization Parameter to
Oracle Replication Views → A number of data dictionary views are relevant only if you are using Oracle Replication. Table 2-1 … lists these views. Table 2-1 Oracle Replication Data Dictionary Views
Data Replication → Replication Administrator's Guide for more information using Oracle Streams for replication
Oracle Streams Replication Concepts → Part I Oracle Streams Replication Concepts This part describes conceptual information about Oracle … Streams replication and contains the following chapters: Chapter 1, \"Understanding Oracle Streams … Replication\" Chapter 2, \"Instantiation and Oracle Streams Replication\" Chapter 3, \"Oracle Streams
Sample Replication Environments → Part V Sample Replication Environments This part includes the following detailed examples that … configure and maintain Oracle Streams replication environments: Chapter 19, \"Simple Single-Source … Replication Example\" Chapter 20, \"Single-Source Heterogeneous Replication Example\" Chapter 21, \"N-Way Replication
N-Way Replication Environments → An n-way replication environment is one in which each database is a source database for every other … the environment, where changes are applied. Figure 4-1 illustrates a sample n-way replication … synchronized. Figure 4-2 illustrates how tags can be used in a database in an n-way replication … -Way Replication
Configuring Oracle Streams Replication → Part II Configuring Oracle Streams Replication This part describes configuring an Oracle Streams … replication and contains the following chapters: Chapter 6, \"Simple Oracle Streams Replication … Configuration\" Chapter 7, \"Flexible Oracle Streams Replication Configuration\" Chapter 8, \"Adding to an Oracle Streams
Administering Oracle Streams Replication → Part III Administering Oracle Streams Replication This part describes managing and monitoring an … Oracle Streams replication and contains the following chapters: Chapter 9, \"Managing Capture … Replication\" Chapter 14, \"Troubleshooting Oracle Streams Replication\"
How Scans and Buckets Identify Differences → This section describes two different comparison scenarios to show how scans and buckets identify differences in shared database objects. In each scenario, the max_num_buckets parameter is set to 3 in the CREATE_COMPARISON procedure. Therefore, when the COMPARE or RECHECK function is run for the comparison, the comparison uses a maximum of three buckets in each scan. Figure 12-1 shows the first scenario.
Comparing a Random Portion of a Shared Database Object → The scan_percent and scan_mode parameters in the CREATE_COMPARISON procedure enable you to compare a random portion of a shared database object instead of the entire database object. Typically, you use this option under the following conditions: You are comparing a relatively large shared database object, and you want to determine whether there might be differences without devoting the resources and
Viewing Information About Comparisons and Comparison Results → The following data dictionary views contain information about comparisons created with the DBMS_COMPARISON package: DBA_COMPARISON USER_COMPARISON DBA_COMPARISON_COLUMNS USER_COMPARISON_COLUMNS DBA_COMPARISON_SCAN USER_COMPARISON_SCAN DBA_COMPARISON_SCAN_SUMMARY USER_COMPARISON_SCAN_SUMMARY DBA_COMPARISON_SCAN_VALUES USER_COMPARISON_SCAN_VALUES DBA_COMPARISON_ROW_DIF USER_COMPARISON_ROW_DIF The following
Monitoring Supplemental Logging → for Oracle Streams Replication\" \"Managing Supplemental Logging in an Oracle Streams Replication Environment\"
Monitoring Virtual Dependency Definitions → The following sections contain queries that display information about virtual dependency definitions in a database: Displaying Value Dependencies Displaying Object Dependencies See Also: \"Apply Processes and Dependencies\" for more information about virtual dependency definitions Displaying Value Dependencies To display the value dependencies in a database, run the following query: COLUMN DEPENDENCY_NAME
Displaying Information About Conflict Detection → You can stop conflict detection for nonkey columns using the COMPARE_OLD_VALUES procedure in the DBMS_APPLY_ADM package. When you use this procedure, conflict detection is stopped for the specified columns for all apply processes at a destination database. To display each column for which conflict detection has been stopped, run the following query: COLUMN OBJECT_OWNER HEADING 'Table Owner' FORMAT
Running Flashback Queries in an Oracle Streams Replication Environment → -source replication environment, you can use Flashback Query at the source database and a destination … the replication environment. To run queries, the Oracle Streams replication environment must have … the following characteristics: The replication environment must be a single-source environment, where … perform
Change Capture in a Non-Oracle to Oracle Environment → Because the custom user application is responsible for assembling changes at the non-Oracle database into LCRs and enqueuing the LCRs at the Oracle database, the application is completely responsible for change capture. This means that the application must construct LCRs that represent changes at the non-Oracle database and then enqueue these LCRs into the queue at the Oracle database. The application