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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
Contents → Conventions What's New in Oracle Streams? Oracle Database 11 g Release 1 (11.1) New Features in Oracle … Streams Part I Oracle Streams Concepts 1 Introduction to Oracle Streams Overview of Oracle Streams … What Can Oracle Streams Do? Capture Messages at a Database Stage Messages in a
Contents → Streams AQ? Notification Enhancements Better Diagnosability and Manageability Transition from Job … Queue Processes to Database Scheduler Messaging Gateway Enhancements Part I Oracle Streams AQ … Fundamentals 1 Introduction to Oracle Streams AQ 1.1 What Is Queuing? 1.2 Oracle Streams AQ Leverages Oracle … Database
Streams Pool → The streams pool is used exclusively by Oracle Streams. The Streams pool stores buffered queue … messages, and it provides memory for Oracle Streams capture processes and apply processes. Unless you … specifically configure it, the size of the Streams pool starts at zero. The pool size grows
Oracle Streams → subscribed destinations. As users' needs change, they can implement a new capability of Oracle Streams … , without sacrificing existing capabilities. Oracle Streams provides components that allow users to … requirements, such as message queuing or data replication. Oracle Streams satisfies the information sharing … requirements
Oracle Streams → You can use Streams to configure flexible high availability environments. With Oracle Streams, you … catastrophe, the copy can be used to resume processing. See Also: Oracle Streams Concepts and Administration
Specifying the Streams Pool Size → adjust the size of the Streams Pool component of the SGA. If STREAMS_POOL_SIZE is set to 0, then the … Oracle Streams product transfers memory from the buffer cache to the Streams Pool when it is needed … . For details, see the discussion of the Streams Pool in Oracle Streams Concepts and Administration.
238 UTL Streams Types → UTL Streams Types describes abstract types used with Oracle XML functionality. Four abstract PL/SQL … streams are introduced and defined within the ' SYS ' schema. The streams may be referenced by … contains the following topics: Summary of UTL Binary Streams Types
1.10.10 Streams Manageability → details 1.10.10 Streams Manageability The following sections describe enhancements to self-managing Streams (replication and AQ) operations.
Oracle Streams AQ Agent Subprograms → Table 22-8 Oracle Streams AQ Agent Subprograms Subprograms Description ALTER_AQ_AGENT Procedure … Alters an agent registered for Oracle Streams AQ Internet access, and an Oracle Streams AQ agent that … accesses secure queues CREATE_AQ_AGENT Procedure Registers an agent for Oracle Streams AQ Internet … access using
224 Oracle Streams AQ TYPEs → This chapter describes the types used with Oracle Streams Advanced Queuing (AQ) packages for PL/SQL … , DBMS_AQ, and DBMS_AQADM. See Also: Oracle Streams Advanced Queuing User's Guide for information … about using Oracle Streams AQ. This chapter contains the following topics: Summary of Types
Streams Transformations → The Streams transformations category contains one transformation called REPLICATE. The following section describes this transformation.
Summary of UTL Binary Streams Types → Table 238-1 UTL Binary Streams Types Type Description UTL_BINARYINPUTSTREAM Type Reads bytes and
1.8.4 Streams Support for XMLType and TDE → Developer's Guide for details 1.8.4 Streams Support for XMLType and TDE The following sections describe … support for: Oracle Streams data types Logical Standby Transparent Data Encryption (TDE)
Responding to Database Events Through Triggers → as cartridges use callouts. See Also: ALTER TRIGGER Statement Oracle Streams Advanced Queuing
UTL_BINARYOUTPUTSTREAM Type → This type is similar to java. io. OutputStream in that it can only write and close a stream. Syntax CREATE OR REPLACE TYPE Utl_BinaryOutputStream AS OBJECT ( MEMBER FUNCTION write ( -- #1 self IN OUT NOCOPY sys.utl_BinaryOutputStream, bytes IN RAW, numBytes IN INTEGER DEFAULT 1) RETURN INTEGER, MEMBER PROCEDURE write ( -- #2 self IN OUT NOCOPY sys.utl_BinaryOutputStream, bytes IN NOCOPY RAW, numBytes
UTL_CHARACTEROUTPUTSTREAM Type → This type is similar to java. io. Reader in that it can only read characters (chars) and close a stream. Syntax CREATE OR REPLACE TYPE utl_CharacterOutputStream AS OBJECT ( MEMBER FUNCTION write ( -- #1 self IN OUT NOCOPY utl_CharacterOutputStream, chars IN VARCHAR2, numChars IN INTEGER DEFAULT 1, lineFeed IN BOOLEAN DEFAULT FALSE) RETURN INTEGER, MEMBER PROCEDURE write ( -- #2 self IN OUT NOCOPY
AQ$_AGENT_LIST_T Type → This type identifies the list of agents for which DBMS_AQ. LISTEN listens. See Also: \"AQ$_AGENT Type\" Syntax TYPE SYS.AQ$_AGENT_LIST_T IS TABLE OF SYS.AQ$_AGENT INDEX BY BINARY INTEGER;
AQ$_POST_INFO Type → Specifies anonymous subscriptions to which you want to post messages. Syntax TYPE SYS.AQ$_POST_INFO IS OBJECT ( name VARCHAR2(128), namespace NUMBER, payload RAW(2000) DEFAULT NULL); Attributes Table 224-4 AQ$_POST_INFO Attributes Attribute Description name Name of the anonymous subscription to which you want to post namespace To receive notifications from other applications through DBMS_AQ.POST or