Preface

The Step by Step Data Replication Using Oracle GoldenGate Microservices Architecture is a walk through the entire Oracle GoldenGate data replication cycle using Microservices.

Audience

This guide is intended for administrators and users who are familiar with Oracle GoldenGate concepts and architecture and who are interested in learning to use the microservices and REST commands for performing various Oracle GoldenGate data replication tasks.

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Related Information

The other Oracle GoldenGate Veridata documents for this release are as follows:

The Oracle GoldenGate Product Documentation Libraries are found at

https://docs.oracle.com/en/middleware/goldengate/index.html

For additional information on Oracle GoldenGate, refer to, https://www.oracle.com/middleware/technologies/goldengate.html

Conventions

The following text conventions are used in this document:

Convention Meaning

boldface

Boldface type indicates graphical user interface elements associated with an action, such as "From the File menu, select Save." Boldface also is used for terms defined in text or in the glossary.

italic

italic

Italic type indicates placeholder variables for which you supply particular values, such as in the parameter statement: TABLE table_name. Italic type also is used for book titles and emphasis.

monospace

MONOSPACE

Monospace type indicates code components such as user exits and scripts; the names of files and database objects; URL paths; and input and output text that appears on the screen. Uppercase monospace type is generally used to represent the names of Oracle GoldenGate parameters, commands, and user-configurable functions, as well as SQL commands and keywords.

UPPERCASE

Uppercase in the regular text font indicates the name of a utility unless the name is intended to be a specific case.

{ }

Braces within syntax enclose a set of options that are separated by pipe symbols, one of which must be selected, for example: {option1 | option2 | option3}.

[ ]

Brackets within syntax indicate an optional element. For example in this syntax, the SAVE clause is optional: CLEANUP REPLICAT group_name [, SAVE count]. Multiple options within an optional element are separated by a pipe symbol, for example: [option1 | option2].