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Oracle GoldenGAte (11.2.1.0.1 and later) and Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c

Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c is quickly becoming the central monitoring tool for all of Oracle’s products (if not now, will be soon).  One product that Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c can monitor is Oracle Golden Gate.  For many shops, Oracle Golden Gate is monitored from the command line with scripts or manual processes.  Oracle Enterprise Manager […]

GoldenGate 12c–New Parameter Required

The current release of Oracle Golden Gate brings a lot of new and exciting opportunities to use when setting up replication.  One of the new things, is that it can be installed along side a 11gR2 database, specifically with a 11.2.0.4 database.  With the release of 11.2.0.4 and forward Oracle has introduced a new parameter […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

OGG-00446 and redo logs (Golden Gate Issue)

Ever since I have been working with Golden Gate, I have always installed and configured Oracle Golden Gate under a separate OS users.  In most installations, I use a user named “ggate” (makes it easier to identify).  As I’ve been setting up a new environment to do some testing, I ran into this error when […]

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, […]