You are required to select a service when you connect to the database. The service names for connecting to Autonomous Transaction Processing or Autonomous JSON Database are in the format:
These services map to the
LOW consumer groups.
For example, if you create an Autonomous Database with a Transaction Processing workload type and
specify the database name as
DB2020, your connection
service names are:
If you connect using the
db2020_tp service, the
connection uses the
TP consumer group.
The basic characteristics of these consumer groups are:
TPURGENT: The highest priority application connection service for time critical transaction processing operations. This connection service supports manual parallelism.
TP: A typical application connection service for transaction processing operations. This connection service does not run with parallelism.
HIGH: A high priority application connection service for reporting and batch operations. All operations run in parallel and are subject to queuing.
MEDIUM: A typical application connection service for reporting and batch operations. All operations run in parallel and are subject to queuing.
Picking one of the predefined services provides concurrency values that work well for most applications. In cases where selecting one of the default services does not meet your application’s performance needs, you can use the MEDIUM service and modify the concurrency limit. For example, when you run single-user benchmarks, you can set the concurrency limit of the MEDIUM service to 1 in order to obtain the highest degree of parallelism (DOP).
See Change MEDIUM Service Concurrency Limit for more information.
LOW: A lowest priority application connection service for reporting or batch processing operations. This connection service does not run with parallelism.
After connecting to the database using one service, do not attempt to manually switch that connection to a different service by simply changing the consumer group of the connection. When you connect using a service, Autonomous Database performs more actions to configure the connection than just setting its consumer group.