Tag Archives: db12c

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 […]

Use a #db12c PDB for the #em12c OMR…Finally

In an earlier post, I mentioned that Oracle has finally, offcially supported the Oracle Management Repository (OMR) on Database 12c (12.1.0.2).  As I’ve been working on a DBaaS project, I built a new Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM) enivornment to test out a few things.  Since I was rebuilding, I decided to try out the PDB […]

Installing Oracle Golden Gate 12c (12.1.2) along side Oracle Database 12c (12.1.0.1)

With the announcement of Oracle Golden Gate 12c, there comes a few new features that everyone is going to explore.  One new feature is the new way of installing Oracle Golden Gate.  In the past, the installation was simple.  Just copy the zip/tar file to the directory you want to install it in and unzip/untar […]

Heat Maps – 12c Edition

Over the last few months, I’ve been slowly playing with Oracle Database 12c and various features within it.  One such feature has been the heat maps.  I was curious about heat maps during beta testing but didn’t have a chance to test it while there.  Since beta testing, I’ve been extremely busy with work items […]