Tag Archives: integrated extract

Loading Tables with Oracle GoldenGate and REST APIs

With Oracle GoldenGate 12c (12.3.0.1.x), you can now quickly load empty target tables with data from your source database. You could always do this in previous releases of Oracle GoldenGate, but the process has now been simplified using REST APIs and some scripting know-how. In this post, I’m going to show you, high level, how […]

Build an Integrated Extract using JSON

Now that Oracle GoldenGate 12.3 Microservices have been out for about 9 month; there seems to be more and more discussions around how microservices can be used. The mircoservices architecture provides a faster way for users to build extract, replicats, distribution paths and many other items by using a JSON document and simply calling a […]

OGG-00868/ORA-01291 – Missing log files with Integrated Extract

Oracle GoldenGate is reliant on the Oracle Redo Logs and Archive Logs when capturing transactions. Since I do a lot of testing on VMs (limited space) and in the cloud (limited space … don’t want to burn to much $), I often delete my archive logs. Normally this is not a problem; however, every once-in-awhile […]

Setup Streams Performance Advisor (UTL_SPADV) for #GoldenGate

With Oracle “merging” Oracle GoldenGate into Oracle Streams (or vise-versa), capturing statitics on the intergrated extract (capture) or integrated replicat (happy) will be needed.  In order to do this, the Streams Performance Advisor (UTL_SPADV) can be used.  Before using the Stream Performance Advisor, it needs to be configured under the Streams Administrator, i.e. Oracle GoldenGate […]

Configure #Oracle #GoldenGate #12c for testing between two or more #db12c PDBs.

Over the last few weeks I’ve been working and traveling a good bit.  Amongst all the travel I’ve been trying to get time to test a few things.  One test I wanted to get done was using Oracle GoldenGate 12c with Oracle Database 12c between Pluggable Databases (in the same instance).   As of today, I’ve […]

Move from classic capture to integrated capture

Most Oracle Golden Gate installations, venture to say 80-90%, use the “Classic” capture architecture.  What I want to show in this post is how to switch from “Classic” capture to “Integrated” capture. In the Oracle Golden Gate 12c documentation, the steps provided work but there are a few things that we need to be aware […]