Tag Archives: 12c golden gate views

Identifying Integrated Replicat transactional progress

From time-to-time, you may want to find out what transactions have been applied or still in flight while Oracle GoldenGate is running while using the Integrated Replicat (IR) products. This can be done easily by using the ALL_GG_INBOUND_PROGRESS/DBA_GG_INBOUND_PROCESS views. There are a few columns of interest in this view, they are: APPLIED_LOW_POSITION APPLIED_HIGH_POSITION OLDEST_POSITION APPLIED_LOW_SCN […]

Oracle Golden Gate 12c (12.1.2) released – Finally!!!!

Back in June, Oracle released Oracle Database 12c and everyone went nuts trying to download and start documenting the many new features.  One of the items within the 12c (database) release that I was curious about was how is Oracle Golden Gate going to work with multi-tenant databases.  As I was testing I noticed that […]

Database 12c/Golden Gate Integration – not so quick!

Ok, a few weeks ago I posted a blog about how Oracle Database 12c was moving away from Oracle Streams and Advance Replication.  That is still true; however, as I (and many of you) have combed through the documentation set for DB12c, there are still references to Oracle Streams and Advance Replication.  This got me […]