Tag Archives: jagent

Defining Resources in #GoldenGate Studio 12c

As I’ve been working with the beta of GoldenGate Studio 12c, I have tried to do simple things to see what will break and what is needed to make the process work. One of the things that I lilke about the studio is that prior to creating any solutions, mappings or projects, you can define […]

Oracle GoldenGate Studio, It is here and so are my thoughts

Ever since Oracle purchased GoldenGate, the biggest complaint about Oracle GoldenGate (OGG) has been around the fact that it is a command line tool. I like the command line interface of OGG, the simplicity of it and what can be done by just editing the parameter files from the command line. However, for those of […]

Configuring Oracle #GoldenGate Monitor Agent

In a few weeks I’ll be talking about monitoring Oracle GoldenGolden using Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c at IOUG Collaborate in Las Vegas.  This is one of the few presentations I will be giving that week (going to be a busy week).  Although this posting, kinda mirrors a previous post on how to configure the Oracle […]

Access Oracle GoldenGate JAgent XML from browser

There are many different ways of monitoirng Oracle GoldenGate; I have posted about many of these in earlier blog posts.  Additionally, I have talked about the different ways of monitoring Oracle GoldenGate at a few conferences as well.  (The slides can be found on my slideshare site if wanted).  In both my blog and presentations I highlight […]

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 […]