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Contents → Streams Replication Environment Make a DML Change to the hr.employees Table Add a Database to an Existing … Oracle Streams Replication Environment Make a DML Change to the hr.departments Table 3 N-Way
Contents → Conventions Part I Configuring Oracle Streams Replication 1 Preparing for Oracle Streams Replication … Overview of Oracle Streams Replication Common Reasons to Use Oracle Streams Replication Rules in an … Oracle Streams Replication Environment Decisions to Make Before Configuring Oracle Streams
Contents → Accessibility Related Documents Conventions What's New in Oracle Streams? Oracle Database 11 g Release 2 … (11.2) New Features in Oracle Streams Oracle Database 11 g Release 1 (11.1) New Features in Oracle … Streams Part I Essential Oracle Streams Concepts 1 Introduction to Oracle Streams Overview of
Contents → Conventions What's New in Oracle Streams Advanced Queuing? Notification Enhancements Better … Enhancements 1 Introduction to Oracle AQ What Is Queuing? Oracle Streams Advanced Queuing Leverages … Oracle Database Oracle Streams Advanced Queuing in Integrated Application Environments Oracle Streams … Streams
Streams Pool → The Streams pool stores buffered queue messages and provides memory for Oracle Streams capture … processes and apply processes. The Streams pool is used exclusively by Oracle Streams. Unless you … specifically configure it, the size of the Streams pool starts at zero. The pool size grows dynamically
259 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 … Developer's Guide This chapter contains the following topics: Summary of UTL Binary Streams Types
244 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
Oracle Streams AQ Agent Subprograms → Table 23-8 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
Streams Transformations → The Streams transformations category contains one transformation called REPLICATE. The following … information about conflict resolution, see Oracle Streams Replication Administrator's Guide. Purpose … Such an LCR is created and enqueued by a Streams Capture Process on the source system that captures
Streams reports → type, streams rule type, and subsetting operation. Your Stream Rules: Lists information about each … , rule set type, streams rule type, and subsetting operation.
Summary of UTL Binary Streams Types → Table 259-1 UTL Binary Streams Types Type Description UTL_BINARYINPUTSTREAM Type Reads bytes and
Overview of Table Functions → concurrently. Stream the function results directly to the next process, with Oracle Streams. Streaming … eliminates intermediate staging between processes. For information about Oracle Streams, see Oracle Streams
Triggers for Publishing Events → Streams Advanced Queuing (AQ) For information about the DBMS_AQ package, see Oracle Database PL/SQL … Packages and Types Reference. For information about AQ, see Oracle Streams Advanced Queuing User's
AQ$_RECIPIENT_LIST_T Type → Identifies the list of agents that receive the message. This type can be used only when the queue is enabled for multiple dequeues. See Also: \"AQ$_AGENT Type\" Syntax TYPE SYS.AQ$_RECIPIENT_LIST_T IS TABLE OF SYS.AQ$_AGENT INDEX BY BINARY_INTEGER;
AQ$_SUBSCRIBER_LIST_T Type → Identifies the list of subscribers that subscribe to a queue. See Also: \"AQ$_AGENT Type\" Syntax TYPE SYS.AQ$_SUBSCRIBER_LIST_T IS TABLE OF SYS.AQ$_AGENT INDEX BY BINARY_INTEGER;
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
AQ$_PURGE_OPTIONS_T Type → This type specifies the options available for purging a queue table. See Also: PURGE_QUEUE_TABLE Procedure. Syntax TYPE AQ$_PURGE_OPTIONS_T is RECORD ( block BOOLEAN DEFAULT FALSE delivery_mode PLS_INTEGER DEFAULT PERSISTENT); Table 244-5 AQ$_PURGE_OPTIONS_T Type Attributes Attribute Description block TRUE/FALSE. If block is TRUE, then an exclusive lock on all the queues in the queue table is held
SYS.MSG_PROP_T Type → @source_database_name ] original_msgid This parameter is used by Oracle Streams AQ for propagating
AQ$_AGENT Type → number is in the range 128 - 255, the address of the recipient is not interpreted by Oracle Streams AQ.