Preface

This document describes how to manage, monitor, and use Oracle Autonomous Transaction Processing and provides references to related documentation.

Audience

This document is intended for Oracle Cloud users who want to manage and monitor Oracle Autonomous Transaction Processing.

This document is also intended for developers and end users who want to develop new applications on Oracle Autonomous Transaction Processing.

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Related Documents

Depending on the region and when you provisioned your database, and in some cases depending on your provisioning choice, the Oracle Database for your Autonomous Transaction Processing database is either Oracle Database 18c or Oracle Database 19c.

If you have Oracle Database 19c, then many database concepts and features of this service are further documented here:

Oracle Database 19c

If you have Oracle Database 18c, then many concepts and features of this service are further documented here:

Oracle Database 18c

See Oracle Database Versions and Availability by Region for details on regions and Oracle Database availability.

For additional information, see these Oracle resources:

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