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Oracle GoldenGate 12c: Advanced Configuration for Oracle (D89113)

Detaillierter Kursinhalt

Oracle GoldenGate Integrated Capture/integrated Delivery
  • What is Oracle GoldenGate Integrated Capture?
  • Why it is Needed and What Additional Replication Features it Makes Possible
  • How to Prepare a Database for Integrated Capture – Creation of Users, Assignments of Roles and Privileges, etc
  • Oracle GoldenGate Integrated Capture Deployment Modes
  • Integrated Replicat/Apply Architecture
  • Integrated Replicat: How it works
  • Integrated Delivery in Detail
Oracle Goldengate With Oracle Real Application Clusters Configuration
  • Oracle RAC, Oracle GoldenGate and Business Continuity
  • Oracle GoldenGate Used in Combination with Oracle RAC
  • Oracle GoldenGate and the Oracle Database File System (DBFS)
  • Oracle DBFS and Oracle Clusterware
  • Configuring Oracle GoldenGate using the DBFS file systems
Oracle GoldenGate Event Marker System
  • Starting, Suspending, Stopping Processes, Performing a Transformation, Reporting Statistics, and Capturing Lag History Using the Event Marker System
  • Invoking Stored Procedures When Specific Events Occur Using SQLEXEC
  • Activating Tracing Following the Exceeding of a Data Threshold
  • Running OS Shell Commands at the Occurrence of Specific Data-Driven Events
  • Extracting Details Analysis of the TABLE, MAP, FILTER, WHERE and SQLEXEC Statements
  • Implementing Event Marker Actions on the Extraction Side and on the Delivery Side of Replication
Data Mapping, Data Selection/Filtering and Data Transformation
  • TABLE (for Extract) and MAP (for Replicat) Options Which Allow for Data Selection
  • COLMAP and COLMATCH Options
  • Exploring Simple Filtering (Achieved Through the WHERE Clause) and Complex Filtering (Using the FILTER Clause)
  • Data Transformation Functions: Enabling Concatenation, Substitution, Case Changing, Numeric Conversion and Date Conversion
  • SQLEXEC Parameter to Invoke Stored Procedures or to Perform Native SQL Queries
Custom Behavior Through User Exits
  • The CUSEREXIT Parameter and its Options
  • User Exit Mandatory Parameters: EXIT_CALL_TYPE, EXIT_CALL_RESULT and EXIT_PARAMS
  • The EXIT_CALL_PROCESS_RECORD Function
  • Oracle GoldenGate Callback Routines Invoked Through ERCALLBACK
  • The usrdecs.h "C" Include File
  • JMS and Flat File Using Oracle GoldenGate Application Adapters
  • Connecting to the Java Subsystem Through the Java Native Interface (JNI)
Configuring Zero-Downtime Migration Replication
  • Zero-Downtime Migration Prerequisites
  • Zero-Downtime Migration Topology
  • Configuring Initial Setup and Required Steps
  • Configuring Primary Extract, Data pump and Replicat for Fallback
  • Simulating fallback
Bidirectional Replication: Two-Node Configuration
  • Bi-Directional Replication
  • Data Conflict Types
  • Getting Before Image Information from Source Database
  • Using RESOLVECONFLICT
  • Handling UPDATEROWEXISTS in Conjunction with USEDELTA, USEMAX, and IGNORE
  • Exceptions MAP Statement
  • Creating and Populating Exception and Discard Tables
Conflict Detection and Resolution – Custom Techniques
  • Workload Partitioning
  • Geographic or Topic-Based Segmentation
  • Primary Key Generation
  • Custom Conflict Resolution Techniques: Quantitative Methods for Conflict Resolution and Data Convergence
  • Automatic Conflict Resolution Based on Time stamp or Trusted Source
  • Automatic Data Convergence of Numeric Values Based on Additive Value or Average Value
Multi-Master Replication Topology – Three-Node Configuration
  • Handling Multi-Master Configurations: Additional Limitations Compared to Active-Active
  • Dealing with the Lack of Support for DDL Replication
  • Data Convergence and Latency in a Multi-Master Topology
  • Decreasing Complexity by Enabling Segmentation and Node-Based Partitioning in the Application
  • Minimizing Data Conflict by Minimizing Latency
  • Resolving Simple Conflicts Using RESOLVECONFLICT with USEMIN, USEMAX and USEDELTA
  • Combining RESOLVECONFLICT with UPDATEROWEXISTS, INSERTROWEXISTS, DELETEROWEXISTS, UPDATEROWMISSING and DELETEROWMISSING Clauses to Identify Source of Conflict Errors
  • Increasing Troubleshooting Information Captured in Error and Discard Tables Using Oracle GoldenGate Facilities
Active Data Guard and Oracle GoldenGate. How to achieve Maximum Availability
  • Data Guard Fast Start Fail Over (FSFO)
  • Role Transition Complexity – Oracle GoldenGate to the Rescue
  • Oracle Bundled Agent (XAG)
  • Oracle Bundled Agent – The Key to Maximum Availability