Tag Archives: ggsci

EZConnect Oracle GoldenGate to Oracle Database – On-Premise or Cloud (DBaaS)

With the release of Oracle GoldenGate 19c, it has been made easier to connect Oracle GoldenGate to the Oracle Database – source or target. Gone are the days that you need to update your local tnsnames.ora file to point to the desired database. The only thing you have to do now, is ensure that your […]

rlwrap with #GoldenGate GGSCI

Since I published posts on how to retrieve command history within GGSCI using the Oracle provided commands of “history” and “fc”, I was pinged a couple of times by some friends asking about “rlwrap” usage with GoldenGate. The answer is a simple yes, rlwrap can be used with Oracle GoldenGate. What exactly is “rlwrap”? According […]

Edit #GoldenGate commands from GGSCI

Ever get tired of typing the same command over and over again in Oracle GoldenGate GGSCI? Well, Oracle has provided a history recall function into GGSCI, I talked about his in an earlier post. This post on history recall can be found here. In this post, lets take the command recall and how these commands […]

ggMessage.dat error when running GGSCI

In configuring Golden Gate environments, I always use a separate operating system user.  This user tends to be named something along the lines of “ggate” or “gg”.  This makes it simple to identify the purpose of the user.  However, when installing Golden Gate under a different OS user, there are a few things that need […]

golden gate monitoring–command line

Over the last few years I’ve been working with Oracle Golden Gate (OGG) and the one thing that is an interesting topic with OGG is what is the best way to monitor the environment.  To be honest, there are a few different ways to monitor OGG; yet the simplest is from the command line.  (Yea, […]