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Switch to Integrated Replicat

Earlier I wrote a blog post about moving the Oracle Golden Gate Extract from “Classic”  capture to “Integrated” capture.   In this post, we will take a look at how to move a “Classic” replicat (apply) to an “Integrated” replicat (apply) process. The initial step to migrate the replicat from “Classic” to “Integrated” are the same […]

LogDump and Understanding header information in Oracle GoldenGate Trail Files

Replication of data is always a fun thing to look at; What is replicating?!  Discussions around, How do I get data from server/database A to server/database B or even to server/database C are valid questions and are often asked by management.  Often the simple (knee jerk) answer is, just set it up and start replicating.  […]

Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c and pending Oracle GoldenGate status

I’ve been working with a customer for the last month or so.  They have implemented Oracle Enterprise Manager and looking to move all their monitoring into Oracle Enterprise Manager .  This is a good thing and I’ve been working on getting them moved over.  One thing they would like moved into Oracle Enterprise Manager is […]

Oracle Golden Gate 12c on Windows 2008R2 (SQL Server testing)

In setting up some testing, I decided to install Oracle GoldenGate 12c (12.1.2) on a Windows 2008R2 server.  After doing a few installs on Linux with Oracle GoldenGate 12c, I figured the OUI would be quick and painless on Windows; boy was I misled. On the windows platform, the installation is quite simple.  Just unzip […]

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, […]